Worth $60? You decide if you would pay that amount for these KEDS Jane Austen shoes.
Oh, yes, Lizzie is a headstrong, obstinate girl. Is this not why we love her? Here's a pin for $3.50.
The Jane Austen Society of the United Kingdom website states:
Fanny's beloved sailor brother William sends her an amber cross as a gift, an incident copied from life, as Jane Austen's brother Charles sent topaz crosses to his sisters. To wear the cross at the ball, Fanny needs a chain. Mary gives her one of her own necklaces, but it turns out that Fanny has been tricked into accepting what is really the gift of Henry, her unwelcome suitor. Meanwhile Edmund, the man Fanny secretly loves, buys a simple gold chain for his cousin. When she comes to try them, Fanny finds that Henry's necklace won't go through the cross, but Edmund's chain will. The symbolism is obvious, but subtle.
The Jane Austen Centre is selling this beautiful cross at a sale price, from £20.00 to £15.00.