Beautifully shaped by the ocean, this is a stunning Cornish seaglass necklace. The silver sets off the deep green colour and frames it perfectly; it measures approximately 16mm tall and 10mm wide. It was found at Little Dennis, the beach below Pendennis Castle, Falmouth whilst beach-combing.
Pendennis is a stunning headland, protecting the harbour of Falmouth on the estuary of the River Fal. Pendennis Castle was built by Henry VIII to defend the port from attack. Across the water he also build a castle at St Mawes, both of which are run by English Heritage and are well worth a visit. Pendennis Castle was also used during WWII to defend the coastline.
This piece is available on a range of chain lengths. If you are unsure please read about chain lengths in the FAQ’s. Longer chains are priced slightly differently – these are shown when changing the chain length in the chain length option.
All Porth seaglass necklaces are beautifully packaged in a grey box, sealed with a turquoise strip. Each piece of jewellery also comes with a care sheet and a small map showing where it was beach-combed for provenance. Perfect for a special gift.