Antique Sword Scimitar Necklace
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A gold-filled antique bar pin from the Victorian era (circa mid/late 1800s to early 1900s) has been repurposed as a necklace to be more wearable today. This piece depicts a swashbuckling sword. Wear this sword to symbolize that you’re always armed and ready!
Bar pin conversion measures approximately 2” x 5/8”.
New 14k gold-filled chain. Chain length is 16".
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Lily Henry Jewelry
Lily Henry Jewelry is filled with history for your sentimental soul. Add your story to these one of a kind pieces of history. Lily Henry Jewelry is all about repurposed, upcycled and conversion jewelry made using vintage and antique components. Lily Henry Jewelry was born out of a passion project that began in early 2019, when founder Amy Zhang discovered that she not only liked jewelry, but was in fact obsessed with it... and she still is! The name Lily is for her mother and Henry for her father, and with this Amy honors her own history. Adornment and all its forms of self-expression and history are what is so enthralling to her. As Amy repurposes old brooches, bar pins, watch fobs, fur clips and cufflinks, she wonders who might have worn them, for what occasion, and into whose hands were they passed down through the years. She considers what life these pieces have bore witness to, and what they still might as she considers how to give them new life. Old pieces that might have been tucked away in a drawer never to be worn or admired are converted into necklaces, bracelets and earrings, ready to be cherished anew. Amy uses all kinds of fun things in her pieces, especially old brooches, bar pins and buttons. But also shoe clips and fur clips, cufflinks and hat pins. She does an immense amount of "treasure hunting", and due to the nature of the pieces having so much history, much of the jewelry is one of a kind. In fact, many of the repurposed "pieces of history" are over a hundred years old! Lily Henry Jewelry got its start in the Deep South in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. As of August 2021, Amy transplanted to Portland, Oregon, where Lily Henry Jewelry is now based.