This super forever cool, quirky antique and vintage 'fine' jewellery piece has been created using a good weight and size link antique Victorian guard chain adorned with vintage 9ct gold antique and vintage charms which are prized and highly collectable. The chain has the original Albert swivel fastener.


I have double layered the 50.5 inch guard chain to create this look, however only one link needs to be opened up/removed and the necklace can revert back to its original length very easily.  However, personally I think this way is much more wearable. 


Please note:  I have left 2 jump rings free to allow the new owner to add any of their own charms they may have now or in the future. 


9ct Gold Charms and Curios Include: 

  • Victorian rose gold teapot charm/fob with lovely engraved detail and an Agate stone base.
  • Vintage Champagne Bottle
  • Vintage Ice Skate 
  • Vintage Piggy
  • Vintage Purse with criss-cross detailing.
  • Antique Victorian Double sided 'Agate/Paste' stone set Watch Key
  • Antique Double Sided Picture Locket - H.M. Edward VII Crowned 1902
  • Vintage Swallow holding a letter.

Reimagined and reworked - this beautiful and quirky necklace is bound to be admired when worn and a conversational piece - a little piece of history around your neck with space for future heirlooms.

Wear alone or awesome layered with any of my shorter necklaces.

Approximate Measurements:

Overall chain length: 50.5 inches

(Longer chain swag falls at 35 inches)
Weight: 39.7g

This is a quirky one-of-a-kind heirloom piece, bringing the wearer an item of jewellery as exclusive and individual as them. The perfect keepsake or gift to celebrate life's milestone occasions or just life!

Antique 9ct Gold Long Guard Chain Charm Necklace


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