Anne Boleyn and her daughter Elizabeth I liked to wear pearls, as can be seen in different portraits of these English queens, and were often worn by the nobility in the Tudor period. Pearls were extremely expensive and could only be won by the highest classes in society, therefore they were the ultimate status symbol.
Material: artificial pearl, brass (link chain)
Based on historical origin: yes
Shipping weight: 50 gram.
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