Victorian Silver Anchor Link Collar Chain 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 leather jacket as it ever did with a velvet corset, although it would go quite nicely with that, too. I found this collar at a wonderful little antique market in the ancient Roman town of Bath, north of London. I just couldn't resist it, the epitome of the perfect collar, the anchor links are and wide and luxurious, as relevant a style today as when it was made over 100 years ago.

This anchor link silver collar was hand crafted in England in about 1890. It measures 17 inches long and has a large jump ring at the front which can be worn in the back or in the front with a wonderful locket or bauble of some sort. The larger links measure 14x11x4 mm and the necklace weighs 23.5 grams. This beauty is unmarked but tests as sterling silver.

These silver collars were de rigueur daywear for the Victorian lady, and whoever the lucky lady was who owned this one, she must certainly have been thrilled with it!

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Item ID: CRA23361VA



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