Sterling silver necklace with inscription: Heaven has in store what thou has lost.
The softly formed, undulating teardrop is engraved with a memorial inscription probably of 17th century origin. The poesy tradition of engraved jewelry is most often associated with love, friendship, marriage and devotion but examples of memorial jewelry exist as early as Roman times and have been made throughout the centuries. This necklace is a continuation of a long tradition and its organic shape is designed purposely to touch and remember.
Pendant is 1 1/8" long x 5/8" wide. The included sterling silver chain is 18" long.
Made in the USA.
All designs are gift boxed. Story cards are included that provide detail about the history behind each piece.
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