A dainty little pendant is hand cut and shaped from a broken ‘Sweet Violets’ wall clock. Royal Albert often created wall clocks from dinner plates of their most popular patterns. If you look closely you can see the slight ripples of the plate edge.
The pendant measures just 3/4 inch and is nestled in a gold plate setting with a fine serrated edging and is suspended from an 18″ gold plate chain with lobster clasp.
This pretty pattern was discontinued in 2001 though it resides as a family favourite in many of our china cabinets.
Violets are the flower for those born in February and traditionally were given to indicate indicate love for the recipient. Violets or ‘Viola Sororia’ are the provincial flower for New Brunswick and the state flower of New York.
This will be custom made for you so please expect that the location of the sweet violets will vary somewhat. No two pendants are ever exactly the same. Some minor surface chipping or scratching may be apparent due to the age of the china and the manufacturing process.