Condamine Bell Necklace

An absolute classic! The Condamine Bell heralds from the town of Condamine, Queensland where it was first made in 1868. Made from sterling silver and complete with tongue and striker, this intricate piece shows all the hallmarks of being lovingly handcrafted. Wear on the existing necklace or thread onto a special chain of your own. It really is sophistication at its finest. 

About the Maker
Born and bred in the Upper Western Division of New South Wales, sisters, Tammy and Stacy love the country and the lifestyle that goes with it. Between them they have six children and are kept busy running their respective properties "Waverley Downs" and "Reola Station." However, it was an encounter with silversmith, Peter Beresford of Cunnamulla many years ago that has transformed feed and water runs into an opportunity to dream of jewellery designs. Meanwhile, entry into the workshop provides a much needed therapeutic distraction from the hardships faced on the land.  Drawing inspiration from their surroundings, the sisters love nothing more than to make jewellery with a point of difference which will be lovingly cherished and worn.


 

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