Onwards 18ct Gold Quote Pendant
£2,580
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Onwards engraved necklace pendant in 18ct yellow gold. Sir Ernest Shackleton is Cassandra's hero: against all odds he brought his team home. Henry Worsley, a friend, was another amazing Antarctic explorer. To remember them and inspire others Cassandra created the 'Onwards' pendant - the word Henry signed off with on all his letters home. Cassandra engraved the letters the "S" and "W" a little more deeply than the others in tribute to them both.

The pendant, including loop, measures approximately 28x23mm.

Find out more about the design here.

The pendant is shown here on a Belcher light chain.

Model wears a 16 inch Extrafine Trace Chain.

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All our quote pendants are available in silver, 9ct and 18ct yellow gold, and 9ct and 18ct white gold.

All Cassandra Goad pendants are sold without chains so that you may select the chain of your choice, both in style and length. If you would like to add a chain have a look at our selection here.

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Quote Pendants

Cassandra's quote pendants began when her cousin Matilda Goad asked Cassandra to engrave some words from her grandmother. Not wanting the words to be easily readable by others , Cassandra engraved the pendant ┬┤like the French arrondissements : en colimacon (like a snail, spiraling out from the centre) '. Soon, others followed : words of wisdom , encouragement and even prayers and Cassandra continues to add to her Quote pendants whenever she finds words that inspire her. Cassandra has also undertaken bespoke projects of quotes or words: they can be written in the writer's own handwriting, in any language and to any design. Through two of her Quote pendants Cassandra has found a way to 'give back': 'Onwards' for the Endeavour Fund and 'May Love abound all round' for Horatio's Garden.

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