Silver Time Team Flint Arrowhead Pendant (Abigail Brown Collection)
This Flint Arrowhead Pendant, as featured on this beautiful silver necklace, is an exclusive replica design inspired by the iconic flint arrowhead featured in the opening title sequence on the Classic Time Team episodes.
Crafted from a replica flint arrowhead to achieve the intricate detail of the texture on this iconic artefact, the Flint Arrowhead Pendant has been recreated in sterling silver as a stunning pendant. The unique texture is created using the ancient craft of 'Flint Knapping'. Watch Time Team's Phil Harding (an expert flint knapper) in action discussing this craft on a recent interview from Wessex Archaeology here.
Finished with our iconic Time Team original logo carved into one side, this piece can be worn on either side, making it a truly unique statement piece for any archaeology fan.
Made in Cornwall, UK from solid Sterling Silver by award winning and professional British Silversmith Abigail Brown, this hand crafted design is simple, elegant and eye catching. We are pleased to launch this original hallmarked design in our shop, exclusive to Time Team.
- 18” chain
- Arrowhead: 34mm long x 15mm wide approx
- Hallmarked Sterling Silver, London
- Presented in small gift box with Time Team cotton drawstring bag
- Please note: All items are produced by hand and may have small variations in appearance
- Each piece is uniquely crafted in Cornwall, UK
- Care: clean occasionally using a blue silver cloth
Meet The Maker:
Abigail Brown has been producing contemporary designs in silver since graduating in 2001. She has exhibited internationally at venues including the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Saatchi Gallery, Goldsmiths' Hall and the German Goldsmiths' House in Hanau.
Her silverware is widely collected and is included in the public collection of National Museum Wales in Cardiff. She is a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths' and she has been granted the Freedom of the City of London.
Abigail Brown creates one off and small batch production items of silverware and jewellery. She works predominantly in silver using ancient hammer forming methods that have been in use for millennia, specialising in raising (meaning literally to 'raise' the metal from flat sheet into a vessel) to create beautiful one-off art objects and functional silverware and jewellery.
You can find out more about Abigail's work here.
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