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The pierced EE emblem of this piece was probably meant to be a monogram for a photo album, with four pins at its four corners, which I made into loops as attachment points for the rosary and rolo chains, simple materials in complex connections, graced with an antique sea-green faceted-glass button.

The chain measures 17 inches (43.2 cm). The focal with glass button is 1.5 inches (3.8 cm).

--antique album emblem of strong, nonmagnetic white metal
--vintage metal rosary chain
--antique sea-green glass button
--antique nickel silver dog clip closure
--sterling and steel jump rings
--small silver belcher chain
--medium and large brushed-silver plated chain


Ee (West Frisian: Ie) is a village in the Dongeradeel municipality of Friesland, the Netherlands. It is located east from the town of Dokkum, on the N 358 road. Ee has approximately 780 inhabitants (2004).

There are various types of buildings in Ee, including a church built in 1220. The only flax working museum of the Netherlands is also located in Ee. Ee has mostly remained an intact rural village.

Ee has the shortest place name in all of the Netherlands. --Wikipedia

antique initials criss-cross necklace 'Dongeradeel'

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silver, aluminum, sterling, glass, sea green glass, button, rosary, belcher chain, rolo, metal
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