Pictorial Shrine Amulets

Sir Edward Burne-Jones Pictorial Shrine Amulet

A detail from the beautiful Sir Edward Burne-Jones painting "King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid" is the focal point of this handcrafted, one of a kind necklace.
Found image under hand cut highly textured waves of antique glass, set within a highly detailed gothic arch clay frame. A complementing dyed freshwater pearl & a tiny moonstone cabochon adorn the pendant.
Hand painted with an Italian rust red accented, antiqued gold finish. Pendant is @ 1 3/8 inches at widest, @  1 7/8 inches long including moonstone.
Necklace measures at @ 23 inches long. (length can be adjusted upon request when purchased)
Parrish Relics are one of a kind and handmade in my one-woman (& two helpful cats) jewelry studio at Frog Hollow. Time and care is spent collecting tiny images that I find inspiring and captivating ~
Clay frames are formed around glass to pay tribute to the beautiful artwork they celebrate! Alchemically hand painted to match the metal components in the chains and findings, they become unique adornments that start conversations and are joyful to wear.
All orders are sent beautifully gift packaged in stamped recycled pillow boxes or organza bags, along with a care sheet and my favorite mossy tissue paper.


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