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3rd generation bracelets 'Sea Breeze' with Key to my Heart

€48,90 €39,00 Incl. tax
4 WORKING DAYS. Packed in 3 jewellery pouches & silver polishing cloths. Free Shipping!
Article number: k840
€48,90 €39,00 Incl. tax
♥ You will receive three bracelets: two women and one child bracelets bracelet
♥ Advantageous to expand bracelets out for additional family members
♥ In the clasp of his mom 9 rhinestones process which creates a nice effect when light falls on it.
♥ The beads are all hand knotted on extra strong double silk thread. So huge firm, yet with a very smooth fit.
♥ With extension chain so that your girl for approximately 2.5 years of pleasure from her bracelet. And a perfect fit for you because you have some slack.
AAA grade pearl (5 to 6 mm), the highest level of quality among freshwater pearls.
♥ Luxury wrapped in pink silk sieradenbuildeltje 3, as ready to give as a gift!
♥ As jewelery KAYA donates an amount so that a child in Gambia can take a week to school (CSR recognized).

Safety : Children under three years must wear jewelry under supervision. Have a baby or toddler unattended with jewelry. Remove the jewelry while playing before they take a bath and of course sleeping. Children's Jewelry for toddlers are intended primarily as a memento, to wear during special occasions and keep it for later.

Because of its shape and unfathomable luster pearl is true in many cultures as a symbol of eternity, wisdom and beauty. Beads are formed on the inside of shells in response to a piece of sand that enters the shell. It is estimated that 1 in 15,000 wild oysters pearl is, therefore, nowadays almost all cultured pearls. This jewelry line we use AAA grade, the highest grade freshwater pearls with the finest shape and shine.

The beautiful blue turquoise stone was in many ancient cultures used as a protective stone. It was thought that the wearer of turquoise was warned of danger as the stone changed color. Therefore, the Aztecs used turquoise to decorate. Their ceremonial masks The Indians of North America, which is still a lot of jewelry set with turquoise, believed that the blue color of the stone was a direct connection between the sky and the lakes.