First edition book cover of Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven, overarched by its black namesake and inscribed within, Nevermore...
A pewter pendant locket simulating the original 'Poe's Raven' book cover, with decorative framing and a spreadeagled black pewter raven above. The hinged book opens to reveal engraved extracts from the poem and its frame takes a 22mm x 30mm photo; closes with a magnetic catch.
Approximate Dimensions:H: 60mm (2.36") W: 44mm (1.73") D: 10mm (0.39") Weight: 54g (1.90oz)Chain:On a 21" (53cm) curb chain plus a 1 ½" extender chain.Materials:
Representing Leonardo da Vinci's betrothal portrait of the forlorn 16 year old Florentine beauty and intellect, 'Ginevra de Benci', who, in 1474 was whispered to be a deeply reluctant bride. The inscription Iuniperus, meaning a juniper sprig, (an old symbol of sorrow and pain), and Virtvtem Forma Decorat - 'Beauty Adorns Virtue', are painted on the reverse of the portrait board.
Approximate Dimensions:H: 84mm (3.31") W: 41mm (1.61") D: 7mm (0.28")Chain Length:18"
Materials: Fine English Pewter with Swarovksi Crystals