This Samuel B Pendant is designed in solid 925 Sterling Silver in the shape of a crescent moon. Lots of fancy cut work silversmithing is evident along with a lovely scalloped edge that is all applied by hand. The moon is enhanced with a Pink Opal cabochon set in a bezel that has the matching scalloping along the edge. The bail is fancy and fixed and will accomodate a variety of chains and cords. Tagliamonte chain included. Such a lovely piece to wear:)
- Stone Information: (1) 7mm Pink Opal cabochon
- Note: See Care section below
- Note:Tagliamonte chain included.
- Metal: 925 Sterling Silver
- Measurements: 1-5/8" x 1-3/8"; Chain: 18"
- Weight: 10.2 grams
- Bail: Fixed
- Brand: Samuel B: All Samuel B designs are handmade.
- Country of Origin: Bali, Indonesia
- Authentic Markings: Yes
- Warranty Information: Each genuine piece of Samuel Behnam jewelry comes with a one-year warranty provided it has not been altered or tampered with. It will be repaired at no charge during this period. In order to activate your limited one year warranty, you must register your Samuel Behnam purchase at samuelb.com. Once registered, please send your repair with a copy of your invoice and phone number to: Samuel Behnam Collection Repair Dept., 98 Cuttermill Road, Suite 246 South, Great Neck, NY 11021 516-466-1826
- Care: The more often you wear your Samuel B Jewelry, the less you will need to polish it. The specially treated cloth included with your purchase should be used for the care and cleaning of your Samuel B pieces. Please do not use creams, dips, lotions or powder on this design. Gently rub the jewelry with the white inner cloth. As the shine returns to the piece, the cloth will turn black. This shows that the cloth is working. Do not wash the cloth. Do not use the cloth on any stones on the jewelry. Finish your pieces by buffing the jewelry with the outer cloth, restoring the patina to your treasured piece.
- 20% of all proceeds goes to support the Maria Pearl Memorial Fund for high school senior scholarships for seniors seeking a future in the teaching profession. Maria Pearl passed away at the young age of 16 from an AVM which is similar to a brain aneurysm. Her story is that of a beautiful girl who sought to make a difference in the lives of others in some way, every day of her life.