Named after Black Tor found on Bodmin Moor in Cornwall. This locket brooch is made from oxidised sterling silver. The white 'stone' is vitreous enamel set with 9ct gold claws. The gemstones are London blue topaz, citrine and emerald with a biwa freshwater pearl at the bottom. Turn the brooch over and there is a polished silver locket door, open this to find a flash of gold coloured leaf and a secret cavity that can be used to hide a precious keepsake.
This locket brooch measures 70mm from top to bottom and 50mm at its widest point.
Black Tor Locket Brooch No.3
The oxidised silver will naturally fade over time. This can enhance the product as the protrusions will become bright and shiny and the dips will remain dark. However if after time you would like your piece to be re-oxidised this can be done free of charge excluding postage charges.