Keats-Shelley House Locket
The Keats-Shelley House logo is meticulously hand-engraved onto the front this sterling silver locket. Inside, the museum's name is offset in black and red opposite a frame for your keepsake photos. The edges feature a delicate rendering of book pages.
Hand-engraved by local jewelry artisan, Walter Dell'Erba, this pendant is a unique token of both the Keats's last house in Rome and traditional craftsmanship of the area.
Price: € 200.00
Replica of Fanny Brawne's Engagement Ring
In the winter of 1818, John Keats presented a ring to Fanny Brawne, his love and muse for the most productive years of his writing career. She would be the source of inspiration for many poems, including the famous Bright Star, his last and among his most well-loved sonnets.
Hand-crafted by local Roman craftsman, Walter Dell'Erba, this sterling silver replica set with a lab ruby is an elegant reproduction of that which Fanny would wear in memory of Keats throughout her life.
Price: € 120.00
Keats Flower Pendant
“I shall soon be laid in the quiet grave -- thank God for the quiet grave -- O! I can feel the cold earth upon me -- the daisies growing over me -- O for this quiet -- it will be my first."
Hand-crafted by Roman artisan Walter Dell'Erba, these elegant silver pendants with Cabouchon ruby cores are inspired by the flower and daisy motifs painted on to the ceilings of the apartment in which John Keats and Joseph Severn lodged while in Rome.
The sale of each of these chain and pendants will go towards the forthcoming restoration of our building's historic ceilings, following the recently completed restoration of the Severn Room floor and other building projects.
Price: € 120.00