1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace

Regular price $875
1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace
1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace
1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace
1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace
1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace
1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace
1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace
1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace
1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace
1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace

1960s Calendar Personalized Charm Necklace

Regular price $875
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This product is made to order, and will ship in 6-8 weeks

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This gorgeous and unique personalized charm necklace from Zahava makes the most special gift. Choose 1-4 dates, and each date will be reflected on your charm necklace with that month's birthstone.

This item is custom-made for you, and you'll be emailed a watercolor rendering of your necklace before it is put in production!

  • Natural gemstones- each date will have that month's birthstone
  • 10k solid yellow gold
  • Pendant 19 x 16 mm
  • Comes with solid gold chain- 16" + 2" extender 
  • Custom - Final Sale!
Care Instructions: Solid Gold
Use jewelry cleaner and a brush with soft bristles. You can also DIY clean with an old soft toothbrush and a mild dish-washing liquid. Rinse well and lay on a towel to dry. To buff out surface scratches, take to a local jeweler. You'll also want to have the prongs tightened by a jeweler every 8-12 months to ensure your stones don't come loose.

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About Zahava

Designer Jessica Hendricks-Yee was born in Paris and grew up outside Manhattan with eyes glued to the cases in her mother’s jewelry shop. Since founding Zahava, Hendricks-Yee has been named a Forbes 30 Under 30, interviewed by MSNBC, and invited as a guest to the White House. Jessica’s passion lies in using design as a platform to tell powerful stories through symbolic objects.