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24K Gold Plated Initial Cut Out Disc Necklace

$158.95

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For a simple yet elegant personalized accessory our 24K goldplated initial cut out disc necklace is the perfect choice. Engrave this cute24K gold plated disc pendant with your favorite letter or initi...
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24K Gold Plated Initial Cut Out Disc Necklace

For a simple yet elegant personalized accessory our 24K goldplated initial cut out disc necklace is the perfect choice. Engrave this cute24K gold plated disc pendant with your favorite letter or initial. The letteris engraved in the cut out style to create a cute and hip peekaboo effect. Givethis necklace as gift for any deserving friend, co-worker, or special someoneto show how much you care. We also carry this style in sterling silver to fitany girl's taste.

SIZE & MATERIALS 

  • Material:
  • 24K Gold Plated
  • Other available materials:
  • Sterling Silver 0.925
  • Size:
  • 18mm x 18mm / 0.7″ x 0.7″
  • Thickness:
  • 0.7mm / 0.03″
  • Chain Style:
  • 24K Gold Plated Box Chain / 24K Gold Plated Fine Rolo Chain
  • Chain Length: 

  • Necklace Size Chart - Choosing the Right Necklace Length


    Buying a new necklace is exciting but before rushing into any purchase it is important to factor in not only the look of the pendant but the length of the chain. It is necessary to consider the chain length that fits factors beyond your outfit and personal style. Necklaces or chains come in industry standard lengths; five different lengths for women, and four for men. This handy guide will assist you selecting the right necklace length that will best showcase your jewelry, accentuate your best features, suit your body type, and frame your face. When worn correctly, jewelry can draw people to look at your best assets and focus away attention from the features you would rather not flaunt.


Birth Stones
Birth Stones Birthstones’ Meaning JANUARY Garnet, January’s birthstone, is mined in every color except blue. The most common garnet featured in birthstone jewelry is a dark, deep red that is almost brown. The Garnet is associated with faith, love and constancy and due to such properties is considered a great gift to symbolize friendship and trust. FEBRUARY Purple Amethyst, the birthstone of February, is variety of quartz that shines a beautiful purple color. This gemstone is said to represent peace, serenity, and royalty. Ancient Greeks were known to wear the amethyst to protect themselves from the effects of drunkenness. MARCH The name Aquamarine, the March birthstone, comes from the Latin phrase, “water of the sea” due to its mesmerizing blue¬green color. Its colors range from pale to deep blue and is said to be mermaid treasure and was thought to have the powers to keep sailors safe. The aquamarine gemstone is said to represent courage, health and confidence. APRIL The diamond, the birthstone of April, is the most coveted gemstone. A diamond is the hardest natural substance and is the only gemstone prized for its complete lack of color. While the classic white diamond is most oftenly seen, diamonds can be mined in many colors; yellow and brown being the most common. The rarest and most prized colored diamond is the brilliant blue diamond. The April birthstone, the diamond, due to its brilliance and fire has become the symbol of love. ________________________________________ MAY Emerald, the May birthstone, is a rich green color that is reminiscent of mother nature and springtime. The most valued Emeralds are mined in Colombia and there deep green color that reflects the jungles in which they are found. Emeralds have become a symbol of rebirth and love. JUNE The two birthstones of June are Pearl and Alexandrite. The Alexandrite, a spectacular and cherished gemstone, is known as the color change gem as it changes color based on the lighting. Pearls are extremely popular due to its elegant natural beauty. Pearls are formed when an irritant, such as a piece of sand, enters an oyster. The oyster coats the piece of sand over and over to form a pearl and give the pearl its iridescence shimmer. ________________________________________ JULY The ruby, the birthstone of July, is a majestic red gemstone that is known as the king of gems. Rubies represent health, wisdom and courage. It was once believed that wearing a Ruby gemstone brought good fortune to its owner. The finest rubies are mined in Burma and are the second hardest gemstone, after diamonds. AUGUST Peridot, the birthstone of August, is a dazzling lime green color. The peridot is one of only a few gemstones that exists in only one to bring prosperity, fertility and healing. ________________________________________ SEPTEMBER Sapphire, the birthstone of September, is most popular in its varying majestic blue colors. Its name is derived from sappheiros the Greek word for blue. However the, the gemstone sapphire is allochromatic which means it can be found in every color. The Sapphire has come to represent loyalty and trust. OCTOBER Tourmaline and Opal are the two birthstones of October. Tourmaline is available in a rainbow of beautiful colors but most often comes in a pretty pink. Opal gemstones are truly unique because each opal sparkles with a one of a kind color combination. Each opal gem is individual and unique like no other. ________________________________________ NOVEMBER November is assigned two unique birthstones, Citrine and Yellow Topaz. Citrine is from the French word citron meaning lemon, named appropriately for its brilliant yellow color. The Citrine is believed to be a healing gemstone and was once believed to be a gift from the sun. November’s alternative birthstone, Topaz, is most desired in its orange Imperial Topaz color. However topaz is mined in a variety of rich colors like blue, pink, and yellow. DECEMBER December has claim to three birthstones, Zircon, Tanzanite and Turquoise. All three of these precious gemstones shine in different shades of brilliant blues. Their blue tones make these gems the perfect birthstones for the cold wintry month of December.

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