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Item Code:AJC005

An equisite Gold church charm with a peep hole.  When you look through one side of the lens you can see a tiny Lords Prayer.

Fantastic yellow Gold pendant or charm in the shape of a church with the additional charming feature of a Stanhope containing the Lords Prayer.

It has beautiful engraved brick detail, plus a lovely engraved window and door sections.

Dates Circa 1900s.

During this time charm bracelets were very popular and again today these little works of art have become very collectable being worn traditionally as a charm from a bracelet or with a modern twist as a pendant from a necklace.

This charm/pendant is sure to become a treasured family heirloom and would make a stunning treat for yourself, or special gift for a loved one!

In excellent condition.

A wonderful Edwardian treasure steeped in English history.

Be very careful not to get a Stanhope charm wet or damp, or the picture will disappear forever.

Overall design:     10mm x 20mm

Total weight:          4 grams

We are happy to provide a detailed appraisal indicating a replacement value for insurance purposes on request for your item on completion of the sale.
All pictures are completely unedited but are zoomed in to show all detail.

Please note that photographs are significantly bigger than the actual item and show any blemishes up more than in real life.

All jewellery comes in a free luxury box.

Only £295.00

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