This lovely charm would make a humdinger of a gift for her charm bracelet and a fantastic memento of your visit to London.
Presented in a beautiful gift box. Please scroll picture to see box.

The name Big Ben is often used to describe the clock tower, but in fact the name Big Ben actually refers to the bell.

The correct name of the tower is the Elizabeth tower, which stands at the north end of the Houses of Parliament and was completed in 1859 and the great Clock started on the 31 May, with the great bell's strikes heard for the first time on the 11th July and the quarter bells first chimed on the 7th of September.

Big Ben was made in the Whitechapel Bell Foundry which is Britain's oldest manufacturing company, having been established in 1570 (during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I) and being in continuous business since that date.

The foundry closed on 12 June 2017, after nearly 450 years of bell-making and 250 years at its Whitechapel site, with the final bell cast given to the Museum of London along with other artefacts used in the manufacturing process, and the building has been sold.