1928 Jewelry Old Fashioned Initial Pendant Necklace 15" + 3" Extender

$36.00
SKU: 79538

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Initial
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Our True Classic Vintage Initial Necklace is a must have for even the most modest of jewelry connoisseur. The history of the initial necklace goes back to Henry VIII second wife Anne Boleyn. We all know the story the king ordered her beheaded in 1536, that's when he demanded all portraits of her to be destroyed. Though one remained and hangs regally in the National Portrait Gallery in London. That's where you will find the mother of Queen Elizabeth I wearing her gold and pearl "B" pendant. No one knows what happened to this piece, some say it was melted down and merged with the Imperial State Crown. Today it's a symbol of individuality and strength and conveys a sense of remembrance. The initial dangles elegantly from an oval chain with tubes and comes with a 3 inch extender. These make great gifts and never go out of style!

  • Measurements: 15"L x 0.89"H x 0.73"W
  • Lobster Clasp Closure
  • 3 Inch Extension Chain

1928 JEWELRY COLLECTION

From the vaults of rich European capitals to the antique laden attics of old American estates, 1928 Jewelry has created modern replicas of the most beautiful, exquisite vintage jewelry ever made. For those who love all things vintage...1928 is for the chic fashionista on the hunt for affordable antique and vintage inspired jewelry and accessories. Take a peek through collection and you'll find styles that are simple and charming, elegant and classy, bold and dramatic or quirky and unique in the form earrings, necklaces, bracelets, brooches, pins, rings and more.

  • "The 1928 Jewelry Company is inspired by the Roaring 20s, Victorian, Edwardian, and Art Deco designs. Each piece embodies the opulence, romance, grace, and boldness of these historical periods, showcasing intricate detailing and sparkling gemstones."

    Mel Bernie

    Founder and Visionary

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