The Keeper of Keys NecklaceRegular price £175
This abstract fragment was part of a 2nd century BC locking system, found by a metal detector near Sheffield. The fragment, which now looks more like a Barbara Hepworth Maquette than a fragment of British history, has been made into a necklace that can be worn at various lengths, starting from a choker.
Handmade in England, this pendant bears Lylie’s signature Salvaged Hallmark, indicating that it is made from 100% recycled precious metal. Please note, the chain is not 100% recycled metal.
Lylie's uses 5 microns of gold for the dipped products. The industry standard is 1-3 micron of plating.
Salvaged Sterling Silver dipped in 5 microns of Salvaged gold.
Lylie's holds designs in stock of 9ct Gold. For higher grades of gold carat and more colours, use the Customise button.
A little care can go a long way in keeping your jewellery fine for a lifetime:
- Avoid perfume, sprays or lotions as they may tarnish or damage your jewellery's surface, pearls or gemstones.
- Avoid wearing your jewellery during physical work such as gardening or sports.
- Avoid chlorinated swimming pools.
- Store your jewellery pieces in fabric lined boxes or pouches to avoid scratches and chain knots.
We offer free returns for 24 hours. We accept exchanges or returns for a total of 7 days. All returns are accepted provided the security tag remains attached and the item is returned in its original packaging. The process is easy: simply follow the instructions here.