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Our "Double Curved Charms Necklace" holds the names and birthstones of the ones you love. Each sterling silver disc charm can be inscribed with 3 to 4 names depending on length of the names.
- Engraving is done by hand, not by machine. The letters might not line up straight and slight variations in spacing in text are to be expected. It is part of the charm of handcrafted jewelry.
- Larger sterling silver charm measures 1" with a smaller sterling silver 3/4" charm inside.
- Large pendant can fit 3 to 4 names depending on the length of the names. Please enter "dots" or "&" between the names.
- Includes a sterling silver chain with spring ring clasp.
- Includes 3 silver plated Swarovski crystals - please select.
- Choose Block, Script or Typewriter font. Script font is available in upper and lowercase. Please enter the name exactly as you would like it to appear, including any uppercase and lowercase letters. Example: If you enter "Ava", we will engrave "Ava". If you enter "ava", we will engrave "ava". Block font is available in Uppercase only. If you enter "ava", the name in Block font will be engraved as "AVA".
- Only the front of the charm can be engraved. We can not engrave the back of the charm.
- Add a small polish cloth to keep your pendants looking shiny and new. (Optional)
- Beautifully gift packaged ready in a Jewelry Gift Box at no extra cost.
Designer: Jewelry by ChloeShipping Time:
This item is custom made especially for you upon order. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for production time to ship out. Rush is not available for this item.
The story of our "Double Curved Charms Necklace":
We waited for Marissa for a long time - 10 years to be exact. It was a long and tough wait but it was well worth it.
On my husband and my third anniversary, we decided it was time to have a baby. Life, however, had other plans. After two years of negative pregnancy tests, we finally went to a doctor. He told us about our options, all of which we explored and tested: ovulation induction, ovarian stimulation, and other procedures that made me cringe every time I hear them. We saved the most expensive and elaborate for last - IVF.
It was the late 90's and IVF was ridiculously expensive. Nevertheless, we were more than willing to shell out the money because we have spent the last 4 years trying the less invasive and sci-fi sounding (it was the 90's!) alternatives. Plus, the frustration was mounting.
Before I started with my first cycle of IVF, I decided to get something for my baby, who I believed would be with me soon. Baby clothes were out of the question since I have collected far too many over the years already. And yes, we already had a crib by then too. In the end, it was Rick who thought of and bought the perfect welcome gift - a delightful sterling silver necklace. It had a thin delicate chain from which two charming concave pendants hangs on top of one another. On the larger pendant, the words "Mommy" and "Daddy" are inscribed, by hand I think. Along with these two silver pieces are three birthstones randomly chosen by Rick: an amethyst, a ruby, and a rose zircon.
Did we have Marissa on that first cycle of IVF? Nope. Actually, I stopped having the procedures after two false starts. It was too tiresome, too depressing. By some weird twist of fate, we conceived her after we gave up. It was as if after we have accepted that this is the way our lives would go, things came together perfectly.
And that beautiful gift Rick bought? We didn't give it to her until her Sweet 16 yesterday.