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Resin Pendant necklace featuring Minneapolis, Minnesota map on an antique brass chain. The chain closes with lobster clasp and chain extender.

Map Pendants indicate your favorite place or a place where you have your sweet memory. It could be the place where you meet your love, honeymoon, your home town, your dream destination or anywhere you will never forget.

The pendant is handmade using glossy clear epoxy resin covered over the high resolution image, that reserves the color and vividness of the picture. The chain is closed with lobster clasp and chain extender.

Necklace will be wrapped in gift bag.

Resin Pendant: 18 x 25 mm
Necklace chain: 18" long (18 inch; approx 46 cm)
Chain extender: 2.5" long (2.5 inch; approx 6 cm)
Please leave us a note at checkout if you need other chain lengths.

If you need more than one, please change the quantity in the drop down menu under the price tag.

Because it's all made by hand, every piece's a little bit different. Pendants are water resistant but please remove before swimming and bathing. All findings are nickel and lead free.

10% OFF on order of $50 and over (Coupon Code: PV10A)
20% OFF on order of $100 and over (Coupon Code: PV20A)
Please apply the coupon code when check out. Discounts only apply to the cost of the products, not shipping charges.

SALE Minneapolis Pendant Necklace, Minneapolis Map Jewelry, Minnesota Necklace, Minnesota Map Necklace, US Map N514

$8.91 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: antique brass finish, antique bronze plated, basemetal, resin
  • Ships worldwide from Hong Kong
  • Feedback: 1824 reviews
  • Favorited by: 30 people