King Charles III Coronation Keepsake Jewellery now Available!

I’m excited to share with you the limited edition pendant I’ve designed to commemorate the Coronation of King Charles III on May 6th 2023!

This stunning pendant is handmade using recycled sterling silver and features the official coronation emblem depicting the flora of the four nations of the United Kingdom; the rose of England, the thistle of Scotland, the daffodil of Wales and the shamrock of Northern Ireland. Together, the flowers create the shape of St Edward’s Crown, which His Majesty The King will be crowned with during the Coronation Service on 6th May.

I’ve lovingly handcrafted each piece in my Northumberland studio using eco recycled sterling silver, adding a unique hammered texture to create a beautiful sparkle as it catches the light. The pendant measures 16mm in diameter and comes numbered from 1-250 as limited editions.

To add even more exclusivity to your keepsake, each pendant has been fully hallmarked by the historic Edinburgh Assay Office with the official, limited edition Coronation hallmark. The hallmark will tell people in years to come who made your necklace, when it was made, the precious metal it was made from, where it was hallmarked and that it was made to commemorate King Charles III’s Coronation.

If you’re looking to make your pendant even more special, I have bespoke personalisation options available. Whether you’d like to add a name, fingerprint pattern, handprint, pawprint etc, I can make it happen. Just reach out to me via email or message.

I’m so excited to offer this unique piece! If you’d like to be one of the few people to own one, simply follow this link https://capturedkeepsakes.co.uk/product/king-charles-iii-coronation-necklace-pre-order/ to place your order.

Sarah x


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