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Elizabeth I Gem Pendant - Gold Plated
Quantity:  5.05

Elizabeth I was born in Greenwich in 1533. She was the daughter of Henry VIII and became queen of England in 1558. During her reign she had Mary Queen of Scots imprisoned for 19 years and then executed. Her navy sailed on great voyages of discovery and her fleat destroyed the Spanish Armada sent to invade England by Phillip II in 1558.

This Elizabeth I Gem Pendant is made from 22ct gold plated lead-free pewter with a blue or red gem and is supplied on gold plated chain. The information card is full colour on the front and has historical information on the reverse.

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