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Tiny Pearl Choker Necklace, 13.5" - 15.5" long; 3 mm freshwater pearls, sterling lobster claw clasp with heart extender, Victoria Arlen

Tiny Pearl Choker Necklace, 13.5" - 15.5" long; 3 mm freshwater pearls, sterling lobster claw clasp with heart extender, Victoria Arlen

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Necklace length: 15.5 Inches
  • Gemstone: Pearl
  • Material: Steel
  • Closure: Lobster claw
  • Style: Minimalist
  • Number of strands: 1
  • Adjustable length: Yes
  • Favorited by: 21 people
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Description

Our very own Victoria Arlen Necklace ~ Resilient, strong and beautiful.

Looking for the perfect gift that represents beauty and strength? This is it, she will love the look and the message of strength it delivers.

- Adjustable length from 13.5-15.5 inches, sweet sterling silver extender with heart.

- This Pearl Choker Necklace is the perfect holiday gift, gorgeous and simple, comes beautifully packaged too!

- This sweet, tiny pearl necklace is designed with top quality, little genuine pearls.

- Gorgeous on it's own or layered with other necklaces.

- Lovely pouch with card nests beautifully in an eco- friendly gift box, beautifully presented and ready to give as a gift.

- 30% of the proceeds go directly to Victoria's foundation to people living with mobility challenges and special needs.
www.victoriasvictory.org

Card Included which reads:

Pure Freshwater Pearls

Freshwater pearls are symbols of strength and beauty. The creation begins with a spec of grit and evolves through tumbling tides. Like the pearl, you are resilient and lovely.


Why we love Victoria and what to share her story of strength and courage:

Victoria Arlen’s life drastically changed in 2006 at the tender age of eleven when she developed two rare conditions known as Transverse Myelitis and Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis. This was an incredibly rare scenario and Victoria quickly lost the ability to speak, eat, walk and move. She slipped into a vegetative state in which doctors had written her off as a lost cause. Victoria spent nearly four years “locked” inside her own body completely aware of what was going on just unable to move or communicate. Doctors believed there was little hope of survival and recovery was unlikely. Victoria, however was not ready to give up.


In 2010, after almost four years, she began the nearly impossible fight back to life, learning how to speak, eat and move all over again; although she faced the devastating reality of paralysis from the waist down due to damage to her spine. She went on to exceedingly defy the odds and has since become an accomplished Motivational Speaker, Actress, Model, and Swimmer. Victoria’s swimming resume includes three Silvers and a Gold medal from the London 2012 Paralympic Games as well as multiple World, American and Pan American Records.

In 2015 Victoria joined ESPN as one of the youngest on air talent hired by the company. She currently serves as a reporter/host for ESPN.

In 2016 Victoria’s endless hard work, training, determination and perseverance delivered results when she got out of her wheelchair and began walking on her own despite the lack of feeling in her legs.

In 2017 she continued her journey of movement, competing through the semi-finals as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars Season 25. Victoria is also carrying out her dream of helping others, serving as the Founder and Co-Chair of Victoria's Victory Foundation.

30% of the proceeds go directly to Victoria's foundation to people living with mobility challenges and special needs.

Learn more: www.victoriasvictory.org

Thank you for looking and we wish you a blessed holiday season!
Our very own Victoria Arlen Necklace ~ Resilient, strong and beautiful.

Looking for the perfect gift that represents beauty and strength? This is it, she will love the look and the message of strength it delivers.

- Adjustable length from 13.5-15.5 inches, sweet sterling silver extender with heart.

- This Pearl Choker Necklace is the perfect holiday gift, gorgeous and simple, comes beautifully packaged too!

- This sweet, tiny pearl necklace is designed with top quality, little genuine pearls.

- Gorgeous on it's own or layered with other necklaces.

- Lovely pouch with card nests beautifully in an eco- friendly gift box, beautifully presented and ready to give as a gift.

- 30% of the proceeds go directly to Victoria's foundation to people living with mobility challenges and special needs.
www.victoriasvictory.org

Card Included which reads:

Pure Freshwater Pearls

Freshwater pearls are symbols of strength and beauty. The creation begins with a spec of grit and evolves through tumbling tides. Like the pearl, you are resilient and lovely.


Why we love Victoria and what to share her story of strength and courage:

Victoria Arlen’s life drastically changed in 2006 at the tender age of eleven when she developed two rare conditions known as Transverse Myelitis and Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis. This was an incredibly rare scenario and Victoria quickly lost the ability to speak, eat, walk and move. She slipped into a vegetative state in which doctors had written her off as a lost cause. Victoria spent nearly four years “locked” inside her own body completely aware of what was going on just unable to move or communicate. Doctors believed there was little hope of survival and recovery was unlikely. Victoria, however was not ready to give up.


In 2010, after almost four years, she began the nearly impossible fight back to life, learning how to speak, eat and move all over again; although she faced the devastating reality of paralysis from the waist down due to damage to her spine. She went on to exceedingly defy the odds and has since become an accomplished Motivational Speaker, Actress, Model, and Swimmer. Victoria’s swimming resume includes three Silvers and a Gold medal from the London 2012 Paralympic Games as well as multiple World, American and Pan American Records.

In 2015 Victoria joined ESPN as one of the youngest on air talent hired by the company. She currently serves as a reporter/host for ESPN.

In 2016 Victoria’s endless hard work, training, determination and perseverance delivered results when she got out of her wheelchair and began walking on her own despite the lack of feeling in her legs.

In 2017 she continued her journey of movement, competing through the semi-finals as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars Season 25. Victoria is also carrying out her dream of helping others, serving as the Founder and Co-Chair of Victoria's Victory Foundation.

30% of the proceeds go directly to Victoria's foundation to people living with mobility challenges and special needs.

Learn more: www.victoriasvictory.org

Thank you for looking and we wish you a blessed holiday season!

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