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The craft of lovespoon carving dates back to the 17th century. Young men would carve a spoon in wood to show their interest in a young lady. Designs included hearts (love & affection) teapots, houses (I will provide for you) and knotwork (eternal love/lives together)
Here is a Sterling silver lovespoon pendant with a daffodil centre and 45cm sterling silver belcher link chain. The pendant measures approx 37mm x 10mm.
The design features interlocking hearts with a daffodil in the centre.
Matching stud or drop daffodil earrings are also available.
The pendant is supplied in a Celtic Treasure gift box and is made to order. Please allow 2 - 4 weeks for delivery
Celtic Treasure, gold and silver jewellery from the heart of Wales. Anna has lived all her life in Snowdonia, with its rich Celtic past, her jewellery has a definite Celtic flare with a modern and unique twist. She started making jewellery when she left school at 16. In 1983 opened her own jewellery shop in Dolgellau which ran until 1991.
Having had a break to raise a family, she has now returned to jewellery making full time. Where necessary her jewellery will carry a London hallmark. The sponsors' mark has been registered since 1981 with Goldsmiths' Hall.