WILD Hieroglyphic Necklace .:. Gold
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Our beloved 'WILD' cartouche necklaces are finally back. Adorned on a classic Venetian box chain featuring an adjustable extender. The Ancient Egyptian cartouche was a traditional device used for writing hieroglyphic names inside of. Its purpose was to distinguish the names of pharaohs from other, less important writings and hieroglyphics. The oval surrounding their name was meant to protect them from evil spirits in life and after death. Cartouches were formerly only worn by pharaohs, but overtime gained popularity for others. The cartouche has become a symbol representing good luck and protection from evil.
✦ Adjustable chain measures 22 inches / 14K GF
✦ Handmade pendant measures .5 inches wide x 1.5 inches tall / 14K Gold Vermeil over Sterling Silver. 7 Microns thick of Gold.
✦ Hieroglyphics spell W I L D
Designed, Imported and Handcrafted by Master Jewelers in Egypt
Shipping and Returns
Our goal is to ship all orders within 24 hours of purchase. *Excluding weekends, observed holidays and large promotional sales. __________ We accept returns on jewelry within 21 days of your order date. Returns must be unworn and in its original packaging to be accepted for a full refund. __________ Objects: final sale. Promotional Sale Items: Store Credit or Exchange ONLY.
1. Thou Shalt bathe bare: Late Night swims & skinny dips are for you, not your jewels.__________ 2. Thou Shalt mind the chemistry: Precious metals & porous gems (such as turquoise) shalt not vibe with ammonia, chlorine, & other chemical solvents found in cleaners, perfumes, & Lotions. __________ 3. Thou Shalt Buff with Love: Polish with a 100% cotton cloth or a special jewelry cleaning cloth. __________ 4. Thou shalt put an X on the O: always keep your gems in a closed box or baggy to prevent oxidation and tarnishing. __________ 5. Thou shalt be easy, baby: vintage and hand-made gems are fragile. please wear with care.
Our 14k Gold-Filled extenders attach to the jump ring, the opposite side of the clasp on your necklace.