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Inspired by my walks and adventures in the UK's countryside and along its seaside, and with a desire to reduce my footprint on the planet, I upcycle found pottery shards, sea glass and scoria glass, into keepsake jewellery to ground you in connection to its story.... to a person, a place, a memory. When you purchase Unearthed Jewellery, you also receive the story that has been uncovered....where your shard was unearthed, and more. I am registered with the Edinburgh Assay office and a Gold Member of the British Guild of Jewellery Designers. All Unearthed jewellery is signed with a .925 fineness mark and UBL makers mark.
Not the right size or colour? Have you unearthed your own shard? Please visit www.unearthedbylynn.com to ask about commissioning your own piece of Unearthed Jewellery.
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Connecting you to the land and history from where it came, the scoria shard featured in this upcycled, handmade, sterling necklace, was discovered in the Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire.
What is Scoria glass? Scoria is the glass-like by-product left over after iron has been separated (i.e., smelted) from its raw ore. Scoria is usually a mixture of metal oxides and silicon dioxide. During the Victorian era, several companies in Britain, France, and other European countries manufactured scoria glass into vases and also included the glass in tiffany lamps. Whilst it cannot be certain if this shard of scoria came from the construction of the actual Ironbridge, the blue/green/grey colours of the shard indicates it as iron-based. Once polished up, the swirls and colours resemble a mussel shell, evoking thoughts of the ocean at the end of the River Severn, in which this shard was found.
Making a statement of both style and sustainability, your scoria shard is set into hammered recycled sterling silver called Ecosilver, so you can feel good knowing you are wearing eco-friendly jewellery.
This sterling silver necklace was designed to last. The soldering in this necklace provide you with a strong, quality necklace that isn't going to break from a slight tug. Including the extender, the necklace measures about 21 inches long. A drop of green tourmaline finishes the extender. This necklace is stamped .925 and signed UBL.
Your Own Shard of History:
Inspired by the UK's Industrial Heritage with a desire to create sustainable fashion, discarded man-made materials, such as pottery shards, sea glass and iron scoria, are featured in my jewellery to re-tell the stories of past craftsmen. Unearthed by Lynn intends to ground you in connection.... to a person, a place or a memory. When you purchase a piece of Unearthed Jewellery, you also receive the provenance that has been uncovered....where it was unearthed, what it was from, and more.
Not the right size or colour? Have your own shard? Please visit www.unearthedbylynn.com to ask about commissioning your own piece of Unearthed Jewellery.
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