It's a Family Name
As Sybil Beauchamp carefully rolled out the dough and mashed the fresh raspberries from her garden, she thought about her Mémé Sybil. Mémé was very special to her and had taught her how to make fresh macaroons. She had been taught by her mother, also named Sybil, during the great depression of 1880. Many times, their little bakery had provided food for the whole village. As a token of thanks, when times started to get better, the town purchased a beautiful monogrammed pendant for the woman who took care of their families. Now, several generations later, Sybil is still making the same macaroons in the same little bakery, wearing the pendant that shows the love that kept a tiny village alive during one of its darkest hours.
Historical Fiction by Amanda Ashmore
This SB monogram comes from the book, Chiffres & Monogrammes et Suite de Compositions Decoratives, (1885) by heraldic artist, Gustave Boussenot. It was designed in the French Renaissance style. This piece has been created, with applied letters, to a detailed background. The leaves and lilies around the top border of this piece add a sense of subtle elegance, while allowing the monogram to stand out.
Weight: 50.1g - Sterling Silver
Inventory #: P165