Pre-raphaelite Waterhouse necklace
Romantic necklace featuring a pre-raphaelite painting, floral lace,sequins and Swarovski components.
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A romantic necklace, pretty and feminine featuring a glass cabochon with a pre-raphaelite painting by John William Waterhouse. I brought texture in by mixing recycled silk ribbon, feathers, sequins and a gold butterfly. It ties up with red velvet ribbon and it is it fully adjustable. I used a multitude of materials: floral lace, sequins, antique copper components, Swarovski crystals and a delicate handmade cold porcelain flower.
John William Waterhouse was an English painter (April,1849 -February,1917) who embraced the Academic and Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood's style. He depicted women from ancient mythology and legends.
|Size / Weight||
The pendant measures approximately 4 3/4″ (120mm) in length including drop and a maximum 2 7/8″ (73mm) in width. It hangs on string of mixed glass and metal beads 16 1/2" (420mm) in length and it is about 2" (51mm) adjustable. It weighs 70g.
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|Care & Maintenance||
Do not let perfume or cosmetics come in direct contact with the beads and components. While I choose my material carefully and I try to provide the best quality, if not properly taken care of, all beads will change or lose colour or shine in time if exposed to chemicals.
Handle the fragile components with care especially the clasp area. Be gentle! Because I use lots of fragile components made of clay or porcelain, I advise to keep the jewellery in their own boxes out of harm's way. I do consider repairs, but subject to certain conditions.
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