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Victorian Lion's Paw Pendant

Victorian Lion's Paw Pendant


Here is a neat Lions Paw pendant I created from an antique pair of sugar tongs. The pendant features a beautiful lion's paw from the 1800s, a little Victorian work of art. A well-matched sterling silver bale was soldered to the top of the foot, making this piece wearable as a pendant. The foot is silver plated, and the bale is sterling. This is a handmade piece with some irregularities. However, it's a very cool little treasure made from authentic Victorian serving ware. This little lion's paw is ready to wear, collect, or gift. 



50mm (2in) tall x 18mm (.7in) wide

Paw: Silver plated

Bale: sterling silver




This little lion's paw is ready to wear. It is handmade and does have where the tong was shaped to meet the bale. This is seen in the photos. Overall a really fun and unique pendant!


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