This unique necklace is made with reproduction material from the Victoria and Albert museum 'Voysey' archives collection.
The front of the pendant uses a fabric printed with "The Owl" design by Charles Voysey, the reverse uses a fabric printed with "Acton" comprising acorns, squirrels and foliage, in an olive green colour, also designed by Voysey (reverse is shown in 3rd photo).
The material has been attached to embroidery foundation and then framed with antique bronze seed beads. The pendant hangs from a rosary-style chain containing dark brown wooden beads and turquoise coloured hearts.
The necklace fastens with an antique bronze trigger clasp. The pendant measures 5 x 5.5cm (approx. 2in x 2.5in) The chain measures 51cm (approx. 20 inches) with a further 5.5cm (approx. 2 inches) extension chain.
Will come in an organza gift bag.
Charles Voysey (1857–1941) was an English architect and furniture and textile designer, and one of the finest exponents of the Arts and Crafts style. Voysey designed fabrics, wallpapers, and furnishings in a simple Arts and Crafts style that is still hugely popular today.
The Owl print was designed by Voysey in 1897, whereas the Acton design dates from 1920.
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