Victorian Vulcanite Locket Necklace
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In 1839, Charles Goodyear was credited with discovering Vulcanite (no relation to Mr. Spock), a material made from hardened rubber that, during the late-Georgian/early-Victorian period, was occasionally used in jewelry such as this fabulous graduated oval link necklace, culminating in large locket adorned with a high-relief carving depicting a veritable cornucopia of nature's bounty. A wearable, collectible uniquity! About 21 inches up to the pendant locket.
Item Number 90-3-11387
1 5/8 Inch
1 3/8 Inch
1 Inch
7/16 - 15/16 Inch Graduation of Link Width
Chain Length:
21 Inches
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