Sterling silver Salisbury cathedral charm.
Salisbury cathedral was first built between 1075 - 1092 a new cathedral was built between 1220 - 1270 complete with cloisters, chapter house and bell tower. The tower and spire measuring 404 feet / 123 m was completed in the 1330's. During the civil war 1641 - 1660 the bishop and clergy were expelled and the cloisters and chapter house were used to house Dutch prisoners of war. One of the four surviving copies of Magna Carta dated 1215 is housed at the cathedral as is europe's oldest working clock dated 1386. By Andrew Hall
- Made in England
- Approx. size 11mm x 18mm.
- Approx. weight - 1.46grams.
Choose from the options
- Either attach your charm with a jump ring (included in the price)
- Add a carabiner catch so that you can put the charm on your bracelet or necklet yourself !
- Add a chain to wear your charm as a pendant.
- Add a box
11mm Carabiner - Gap 1.5mm:
Boxes no longer available:
Chain No longer available: