William Morris 'Golden Lily' necklace and Earrings. Repurposed from a broken cup.
Own a little piece of history.
Handmade from a salvaged 'Golden Lily' cup and handcrafted into a unique Necklace & Earrings.
Golden Lily was designed around 1870, and was produced by Morris & Co. between 1880-1917 as a hand-printed woodblock paper. It shows Morris's expansive hand with a symmetrical wandering as well as the detailed touches we associate with John Henry Dearle.
The Pendant is fixed with a silver plated bail and 18" wax cotton cord. [Please state if you would like to change the cotton cord to a silver plated chain on order]
The Earrings are fixed with a silver plated bail & hypoallergenic Silver loops.
Choose to buy :
1 - Necklace only
2 - Earrings only
3 - The Necklace and Earrings Set
*Buying the Set will save rather than buying individually.
The cup was salvaged from being thrown into landfill as it was cracked.
These unloved objects are often found chipped or cracked so I am re-purposing them into more beautiful and desirable objects to be worn and shown to the world once again.
This is the ultimate in sustainable fashion as I am using objects that would be discarded and added to our ever growing disposable waste in the world.
Please note: Free shipping costs only allow for minimal packaging for some locations. Therefore you may receive the gift in a eco friendly gift bag or packaging.