Reproduction SOLID PEWTER Frozen Charlotte's necklace made from my original undamaged porcelain castings. The originals we cast in porcelain and are dated in the late 1800's and have been reproduced and aged in solid pewter. The patina and details are magnificent and contain the detail from both sides. They measure APPROXIMATELY .1" give or take a bit. Each piece comes on a ball chain ready to wear. This is a historic whimsical piece of doll jewelry.
History of the Frozen Charlotte - Frozen Charlotte is a name used to describe a specific form of china doll made from c. 1850 to c. 1920. The dolls had substantial popularity during the Victorian era. The name of the doll originates from the American folk ballad Fair Charlotte, based on the poem "A Corpse Going to a Ball" by Seba Smith, which tells of a young girl called Charlotte who refused to wrap up warmly to go on a sleigh ride because she did not want to cover up her pretty dress; she froze to death during the journey.
Each piece sold separately. You are purchasing ONE PEWTER Frozen Charlotte.
Please note that you are buying a "Reproduction".
We will combine shipping and refund excessive shipping charges.