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Georgian heraldic chalcedony which is super chic in its simplicity

An elegant talisman if ever there was one

Set as our classic pendant in recycled 18ct rose gold and a middy enabailer

Why we love it

The ‘horn’ of plenty. Chalcedony, white, the colour of purity. So obvi we are tempted to take it somewhere smutty. I mean it is begging for it.

But no we shall refrain and for once keep it relatively high brow. We must be feeling out of sorts.

The star of the show is the cornucopia, aka the horn of plenty. From the latin words cornu (horn) and copia (abundance). And as one might imagine the imagery is symbolic of abundance. A plentiful harvest, a full tum, good nourished health, strong bones, glossy cascading locks, all your own teeth not having rickets… all that good stuff.  And for fertility both agricultural and reproductive.

So there’s a whole lot of Maslow’s triangle based well being going on (if you don’t  know Maslow look it up, it’s Emma’s fave for life happiness 101).

And if the horn of plenty isn’t enough for you, we also have two lovely stars etched into the stone above, giving balance and beauty in equal measure against a dainty and feminine dotted shield, clear executed with expertise and precision.

Wear this intaglio either in your own pursuit of abundance. Manifest that schizzle! Or simply to remind you that if you are fortunate enough to be well fed and watered then you are doing pretty well my friend; we all take that for granted a little too much, no?


Flown away home.

Additional information

Piece of jewellery

Charm, Classic pendant


The intaglio is Georgian

Seal material


Jewellery material

18ct Rose Gold


Bauble Magpie's unique maker's mark, Fully hallmarked for Birmingham 2023, Limited edition coronation stamp for King Charles III

Enabailer style

18ct rose gold, Middy


21.7 x 18 x 5.6mm or 36mm with enaBailer


The mount is brand new, The seal is in excellent antique condition with light surface wear

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