Banjo Cat Victorian Oval Pendant
While researching Victorian cabinet cards*, we found this one of a cat holding a banjo. With a top hat and gloves beside him. After we stopped laughing, we made it into a pendant. (A little while later, we realized it must be taxidermy – photographs of the era were not taken quickly . It's still funny.)
Our Victorian Curiosities collection features other sideshow performers and unusual images taken from Victorian cabinet cards.
These pendants feature a sepia-toned photo image under a slightly-domed glass oval, and are finished on the back with smooth glittery silver resin. A sterling silver plated bail and a non-tarnishing delicate rhodium-plated chain complete the piece.
Pendant is just over 1.25" long, including bail.
Chain is 24" long.
Bail opening is 2mm; able to accommodate other chain styles if you have a special one you prefer.
*cards with photos or illustrations used to entertain guests, often after dining.