3551 – Aventurine necklace belonging to Julia Pearce

Physical description:
Quite an elaborate necklace made of aventurine chips and oblong beads, wood, glass and quartz beads, leather thongs, chain, and an aventurine donut with an oval brass decoration attached to it.
Museum classification:
Modern Witchcraft
Size:
460mm long; gemstone section 60 x 130 x 12
Information:

Part of a collection of gemstone jewellery that belonged to Julia Pearce. She also had several books on the magical and healing properties of crystals and gemstones, now in the museum library.

Resource:
Object
Materials:
Aventurine, wood, glass, quartz, leather, metal (brass)