Radcliffe Camera Oxford, Silver Charm

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Radcliffe Camera Oxford, Silver Charm

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Solid sterling 925 silver large two part opening charm.

The beautiful Radcliffe Camera of Oxford is here depicted in silver.

Important building of Lyra's Oxford,

and shown in all its cinematic glory in the first part of Pullman's 'His Dark Materials' film, The Golden Compass (Northern Lights).

Originally built to house the Radcliffe Science Library and now part of the Bodleian Library.

Designed by the architect James Gibbs who also designed St Martins-in-the-Fields, London.

Opened in 1749.

This model opens to reveal the 'camera' or chamber as it translates which contains

a book...

a book of theology perhaps, or a book of 'dust' proscribed by the Magisterium.

inquiro veritas.

Charm dimensions  (measured without jump ring) : 18.5 mm x 12 mm

Charm weight 6.5 grams

Engraved 'Oxford' to base, marked silver.

 

 

Product CodeRADQ4FJC13
ManufacturerWelded Bliss
Stock Level3
ConditionNew

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