Petite Scottish Spongeware Sea Pottery Bracelet - 7” plus 1” Sterling Silver
Gorgeous colourful Scottish Spongeware sea pottery bracelet in a rainbow of colours make an outstanding bracelet that you will not find a second one of! These are all petite pieces of pottery.
All of these Spongeware pieces were produced by one pottery in Fife around 1880-1920s, the Methven / Links pottery in Kirkcaldy.
Sea pottery is top drilled and then fitted with sterling silver bails and clasp. The bracelet is 7” and has a 1” extender chain - you can attach the clasp in any of the links!
Entire length is 8” - sea pottery is approx 1.5cm each
Where does this pottery come from?
There is a river that runs into the North Sea where over 100 years ago 4 potteries stood - the river sings, when the pottery pieces make their way out to Sea... a wonderful sound, like bells...this is where these pieces are from.
Found on the east coast of Scotland. Tumbled since Victorian times and now you can own a little piece of Scotland! Sea glass-pottery found by me.
Own a piece of Scotland with TiliabytheSea's jewellery!