Christmas Cracker with 167 Button Stud Earrings

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Christmas cracker with Asprey hallmarked sterling silver 167 button stud earrings with Amethyst centre stone

Each cracker also contains:

Festive paper crown
Christmas motto

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The Design

A festive sine qua non for many, the Asprey Christmas Cracker is customisable with your choice of gift. This year, the following gifts are available:

  • Blue Enamel Cufflinks
  • Sterling Silver Gilt Tumble Cup
  • Sterling Silver Gilt Heart Bracelet
  • Sterling Silver Life Pendant Necklace
  • Sterling Silver Non-Touch Keyring
  • Sterling Silver Tape Measure
  • Sterling Silver Matchstriker Earrings
  • Sterling Silver Whistle Keyring
  • Sterling Silver 167 Button Stud Earrings with Amethyst centre stone

Each cracker also includes a traditional festive crown, as well as a Christmas motto and balloon.

Product Care
A silver cloth may be used to gently wipe away light surface marks such as fingerprints. For more stubborn marks and tarnishing, use a good quality silver polish avoiding any contact with wood, Formica, enamel or crystal parts. Apply to the area with cotton wool working in a circular motion until the tarnish has lifted from the surface. Wash off all traces of the cleaner with warm soapy water, then rinse with clean water and dry with a soft lint-free cloth.
  • Asprey hallmarked sterling silver
  • Amethyst centre stone
  • Diameter : 1cm / 0.4"
  • SKU : 1060525
  • Asprey Workshops

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Asprey Moments


This masterpiece of the silversmith's craft was created in the Asprey workshops in the 1980s. Lifelike and exquisitely graceful, it was the pride of the Rosalind and Arthur Gilbert's villa in LA. It has been displayed at London's Victoria & Albert museum since October 2016.