Antique Silver Victorian Collar Necklace

Are you a sexy steampunk kind of girl? Do you have a little rock and roll rebel in your soul? These Victorians had the collar figured out and this one would go as well with a faux leather jacket as it ever did with a velvet corset, although it would go quite nicely with that, too.

A collar like this one can be worn lots of different ways, for the more demure days of your life you can wear it engraved side out, and if you’re looking for a streamlined contemporary look, flip it over to reveal it’s matte silver style. You can wear it with the clasp in front and drop a locket or a bauble off of it, or you can wear it with the clasp in back as a very smart necklace.

This hand crafted beauty was made in England around 1880, it has the smooth, silky feel that only old sterling seems able to achieve. The collar is 18 inches long and 15.6 mm wide and the links measure 2.9 mm deep. The collar weighs 32.9 grams, and though it is unmarked it has been professionally acid tested for silver purity.

A substantial piece of jewelry for a woman with a substantial sense of style. Or a man, I suppose, for that matter!

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ITEM ID: CRA21026VA



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