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Moon and Star Harmony Ball Pregnancy Necklace.

Did you know baby inside the mother womb can hear sound starting 20 weeks.

The harmony ball pendant makes a nice soft chiming sound when moved. With the 36 inches long necklace reaching the belly area. The peaceful chiming sound will be heard by the baby in the womb.

When the baby is born, he/ she is already familiar with the chiming sound. Hearing the same sound may give the baby comfort and sense of security.

Our long 36 inches necklace is designed to be able shorten easily. After the baby born, the necklace can be worn high during nursing. It is a combination of 2 necklace, one is 16 inches and there other is 20 inches (or you can have other combination 18" +18" chain).

Harmony Ball Chime pendant is a very nice maternity necklace. It would make a great gift for a new mother-to-be or as a baby shower gift. Gift box and explanation card of harmony ball card included.

All material used on the jewelry is solid 925 sterling silver, not plated.

The harmony ball is:
Style: P51 (moon and star)
Size: 16mm (diameter), 25mm (with Bail)
Material: 925 sterling silver

The chain is:
925 Sterling Silver Cable Chain with 925 sterling silver Clasp.
Material: 925 sterling silver, hallmark 925.

Option #1: 16 inch + 20 inch = 36 inch
Option #2: 18 inch + 18 inch = 36 inch
Option #3: One 36 inch chain

Let us if you have any question.

Maternity Necklace 16mm Mexican Bola Harmony Ball Moon and Star 36" Chain P51CH67

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  • Material: sterling silver
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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