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Ornate Initial – Pendant – Silver

$45.00$105.00

Lovely gift for the lady in your life – give her your initial to wear around her neck or her own – it makes a beautiful romantic gift! All of our jewelry comes beautifully wrapped and sealed with a ribbon and a wax seal.

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Product Description

ORIGINS: This pendant is made using a calligraphy initial seal stamp.

 

MEANING:
Monograms first appeared on coins, as early as 350BC. The earliest known examples are of the names of Greek cities who issued the coins, often the first two letters of the city’s name. For example, the monogram of Achaea consisted of the letters alpha (Α) and chi (Χ) joined together.

Monograms have been used as signatures by artists and craftsmen on paintings, sculptures and pieces of furniture, especially when guilds enforced measures against unauthorized participation in the trade. A famous example of a monogram serving as an artist’s signature is the “AD” used by Albrecht Dürer.

 

PENDANT:
This pendant is made out of fine silver (99.9% pure), and hand stamped with a calligraphy letter seal. Letters A-Z available.

Each pendant is stamped, sanded, polished and oxidized for an antique look. Because they are hand-stamped individually and made to order, these pendants are truly unique, and no two pendants are the same (unlike pendants cast from a mold).

 

DIMENSIONS: The pendant is approximately 1″x1″.

This listing is for the PENDANT ONLY and does not necessarily include a chain.

CHAIN LENGTH: If you choose to purchase the pendant on a chain, the chain is sterling silver, brass, gold plated brass or copper, 16″ long or 18″ long.

Additional information

Weight .05 kg
Dimensions 1 × 1 × .5 in
Precious Metal

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