Bee Wax Seal Necklace - We May Be Happy Yet - antique Victorian wax seal charm jewelry
Wax seal necklace with a bee - antique wax seal charm jewelry.
This listing is for one necklace.
The words framing this piece reads: We May (BEE) Happy Yet
Oh! smile as thou wert wont to smile, Before the weight of care Had crushed thy heart, and for awhile Left only sorrow there; (to quell, Some thoughts, perchance ‘twere best Some impulse to forget, On which, shoutd mem’ry cease to dwell We may be happy yet. Oh never name departed days, Nor vows you whispered then, Round which too sad a feeling plays, To trust their tones again, Regard their shadows,‘round the east, As if we ne’er had met; And thus, unmindful of the past, We may be happy yet.
(written by Alfred Bunn, England, in 1844)
Note: * size of charm is approximately 11-12mm in diameter * this listing is for one charm with an 18" delicate sterling chain * the words are small and all letters may not be fully legible
The wax seal used for making this mini charm is from the mid 1800’s England.
The wax seal charm necklaces are made by hand in Myrtle Beach, SC by RQP Studio.
This wax seal charm is made of fine silver .999 (which is 99.9% pure silver), and a 18" sterling silver chain is included (sterling silver is 92.5% pure silver). Please note that the wax seal charm has been through a oxidization process to give it an antique, vintage patina. The antique seal has been pressed into the silver by hand, and this makes each and every wax seal pendant unique. The wax seal charms are hallmarked on the reverse with the RQP logo stamp and a silver content stamp (.999) to show that the silver content is 99.9% pure silver. The wax seal necklace you will receive is similar to the ones in the pictures.
Helpful hints: * Some of the images (above) of the wax seal necklaces have been photographed close-up. If you have a hard time imagining the size of the charms, then it can be helpful to physically draw the dimensions of the wax seal charm on a piece of paper. *You can type in the words "mm to in" into Google's search box, that will give you a quick converter if you prefer the dimensions measured in inches.