For the style savvy, globe trotting gal who wishes to commemorate her worldly travels in absolutely divine form, we have this marvelous, deliciously distinctive, and aesthetically captivating charm, which features King's Lynn South Gate. Per Wikipedia, "The South Gate is one of the most recognizable structures in King's Lynn, as most visitors to the town still have to pass through it. Originally constructed in the 14th century, it was rebuilt in the 1450s, much in the form that is seen today. However, the ashlar front, which gives the building a much more imposing impression, is merely a façade, which was added in 1520; the structure itself is actually bricks and mortar, which given the date of construction makes it one of the oldest surviving brick structures in the country." An absolute exquisitely detailed charm, or pendant, that serves as a perfect, subtly chic remembrance of a jolly jaunt to England.
Composition: Sterling Silver.
Origin: Most likely fashioned in the Orient.
Period: Circa 1960s.
Weight: 6.6 grams.
Marks: 'Silver' and 'Kings Lynn South Gate' on base.
Condition: Excellent with original jump ring.
Dimensions: Approximate 1/2" height x 1/2" length x 3/8" width.
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