Jess MacDonald Brass

Scafell Pike & Wast Water Lake Silver Necklace


Scafell Pike & Wastwater Lake Silver Necklace in sterling silver that has been made on the Isle of Arran by Jess MacDonald Brass.

Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England forming part of an inactive volcano. It is part of the Southern Fells and the Scafell massif, in the Lake District National Park. Being one of the most prominent mountains in England it has an elevation of 978m.

Wastwater Lake is in Wasdale, a valley in the Lake District National Park.The lake is almost 3 miles long and more than one-third mile wide. A glacial lake, that is almost 3 miles long and also is the deepest lake in England at 258 feet.

I have included a photo by Athina Kontos. It is from a slightly different angle as the piece, but I have included it for reference. Athina Kontos is a freelance photographer, writer and editor based in London -
This is a beautiful sterling silver necklace that's perfect for those who hold this part of the Lake District as a special place in their heart.

Dimensions: 30mm x 5mm
Chain: 18 inch
Material: sterling silver

My jewellery is individually hand-crafted or made in small batch production which is hand-finished - this is reflected in the final finish of each piece. This means that it will not be the same as machine made or mass-produced jewellery. Instead, it gives each of my designs a special artisanal touch.

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