Pride and Prejudice Book Pendant
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Fall for regency and romance with the Pride and Prejudice Book Pendant necklace. Inspired by Chawton House’s feminist library and Jane Austen’s beloved novel, we’ve created our own cover for this 1813 classic. Laser cut in shimmering marble blue acrylic, layered over walnut wood and suspended from an adjustable gold-tone chain by our very own team of romantics. Look closer, Mr Darcy! Embellished with golden swirls, as if an embossed first edition, this tale is made complete with its title etched in perfect penmanship. "A lady's imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love…” to a new necklace in a matter of moments!
Collection: Tatty Devine X Chawton House
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Pride and Prejudice Book Pendant reviews
- Frances H.Verified BuyerI recommend this productAge 56+Purchased For GiftInterests Crafts, Celestial, Reading, Writing, AnimalsProduct Standouts Conversation-starter, Original Design, Good Quality, Cute, CraftsmanshipRated 5 stars10 seconds agoStunning
Absolutely gorgeous pendant very cleverly 3D. The colour is deep an rich, the photos really don’t do it full justice. Bought as a gift for my daughter she’s going to love it.Was this helpful?
- Christina W.Verified BuyerI recommend this productAge 56+Purchased For Birthday (my own)Interests Reading, FilmProduct Standouts Conversation-starter, Good Quality, Elegant, ColourfulRated 5 stars2 months agoAusten rules!
I had one similar to this in paper ... and it opened but ery soon the paper and its fastening deteriorated. I should have known - my favourite Tatty Divine came to the rescue with another link to historical fiction. I've already got Alice in Wonderland's Curiouser & Curioser and the Book necklaces. And now - my favourite Jane Austen! Fabulous. I also bought the black cameo prtrait of her silhouette. What a treat. What's next in the literary world? As a Yorkshire lass - how about the Brontes? Especially Wuthering Heights!Was this helpful?