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As an artist I've always had an affinity for trees and as a wife and mom, family is the most important thing in my world...this piece represents the two. Wrapped within a halo of it's roots which twist upward to become the trunk and branches, the Family Tree pendant represents family and love.
These unique Swarovski crystal pendants can be personalized with family birthstones. A one of a kind gift for any mother or grandmother in your life. No two handcrafted Family Tree Pendants are exactly alike. Each pendant is made of 14k gold filled wire, is approximately 1 inch in diameter and comes on an 18" 14k gold filled box chain. (See box chain in second photo.) The "leaves" can be a single color or up to 10 different color crystals can be added (more branches and crystals available upon request and for an additional fee.) Click on the birthstone chart to see all of the months and their respective colors.
*At checkout you will see a box marked "Notes to Seller" and this is where you can leave me information regarding the birthstones/months you need and if you would prefer them in any particular order.
If you prefer silver, click the link for the same necklace in Argentium sterling silver...
**FYI: Gold filled jewelry is not to be confused with gold plating as filled literally has 100% more gold than gold plating. Gold filled is much more valuable and tarnish resistant. It does not flake off, rub off or turn colors.
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