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Fiona Dean

Gold Partridge Wishbone Necklace

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Item Details

• 24ct Gold plated, solid Sterling Siver chicken wishbone pendant and chain
• The pendant is cast from an actual chicken wishbone
• Individually wrapped in a handcrafted fabric envelope
• Chain length 46cm , Wishbone H 4.5cm, W 2cm
• Hallmarked at the Edinburgh assay office
• Handmade in Scotland

Delivery & Returns

  • UK Standard Delivery: £5.00
  • EU Standard Delivery: from £10.00
  • USA & Canada Standard Delivery: from £20.00
  • All other destinations calculated at checkout

  • Packed with care by our team using 100% recyclable plastic-free materials.

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    Fiona Dean

    Gold Partridge Wishbone Necklace

    EX TAX PRICE |

    Item Details

    • 24ct Gold plated, solid Sterling Siver chicken wishbone pendant and chain
    • The pendant is cast from an actual chicken wishbone
    • Individually wrapped in a handcrafted fabric envelope
    • Chain length 46cm , Wishbone H 4.5cm, W 2cm
    • Hallmarked at the Edinburgh assay office
    • Handmade in Scotland

    Delivery & Returns

  • UK Standard Delivery: £5.00
  • EU Standard Delivery: from £10.00
  • USA & Canada Standard Delivery: from £20.00
  • All other destinations calculated at checkout

  • Packed with care by our team using 100% recyclable plastic-free materials.

    Find out more about our Delivery & Returns

    Fiona Dean

    Fiona Dean’s work has evolved from a passion for art and science, blurring the boundaries between the two subjects in her work. Her art tries to untangle some of the psychological and biological questions between the two fields.

    In 2012, after training with Scottish taxidermist George Jamieson, she has developed a fascination with the actual process of taxidermy, regularly returning to advance her skills.

    Fiona Dean

    Fiona Dean’s work has evolved from a passion for art and science, blurring the boundaries between the two subjects in her work. Her art tries to untangle some of the psychological and biological questions between the two fields.

    In 2012, after training with Scottish taxidermist George Jamieson, she has developed a fascination with the actual process of taxidermy, regularly returning to advance her skills.

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