Classic Silver Two Hebrew Print Names Necklace
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Classic Silver Two Hebrew Print Names Necklace

Price: $79
Our Price:
$59
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PERSONALIZE YOUR NAME NECKLACE
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Please write two names / words:
Select chain length:
Have your Hebrew names handmade on this Sterling silver (0.925) Two names necklace. This item comes with a silver (0.925) Box chain. When ordering a name of eight letters or longer, we recommend to order a Double Thickness Necklace.

This necklace is also available in 18k Gold Over Sterling Silver or 14k Gold.
Two name or word per pendant.
The chain length mentioned at our website does not include the pendant.
The size of the pendant varies in accordance with the name and style.
The average pendant size is:
0.75 – 2 inch/ 2 – 5 cm.
Feel free to write your name in English, and we will translate it into Hebrew for you.
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Please feel free to Email us with any special requests or questions.
ID:101-01-129-02
Material:Sterling Silver 0.925
Style:Hebrew Print
Thickness:0.7 mm / 0.03"
Measurements:15 - 17mm /
0.6 - 0.7"
Chain style:Silver Box Chain
Chain length:14",16",18",20",22"
Inscription Language:Hebrew
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Standard Shipping
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18-21 business days FREE
Express Shipping 10 business days $19.95

Please note that the time frame mentioned above includes production time.
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Our customers review
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Delran
June 2014
Thank you so much. My niece LOVED the necklace. I had her open it right before her Bat Mitzvah when I saw she wasn't wearing a necklace. She was so happy and it was the perfect gift. I'm so glad I happened upon your site. I know it's a Jewish tradition to give money, but I like to give gifts that have meaning for religious celebrations (I'm Catholic).
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