The Oak King's Bride necklace is a subtle mixture of elegant sophistication and earthiness, featuring a large jasper orb transformed into an acorn, suspended from a rosy copper centre piece that echoes the acorn imagery with Victorian scroll-work. An asymmetrical oak leaf stamping sets off the composition. I have hand-wrapped the links of ebony wood chain using copper wire with an antique finish. The copper findings all have a rosy warmth and antique finish. A gorgeous necklace fit for a forest queen, perfect for a woodland wedding-- something that can be worn after & dressed up or down.
Necklace can be made in four different lengths-- 15" (38cm), 17" (43cm), 19 (48cm) or 21" (53cm) and closes with a filigree hook and eye clasp in copper plated pewter. Shown here in the 17" length on my UK size 14 mannequin with a 15" neck.
All my jewellery is made by hand by my partner Mike and myself in a converted 18th century naval school on the wild North coast of Scotland. All pieces come gift wrapped with lavender and Scottish heather.