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Amelia Bronze with Black Ceramic Necklace

62.00
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Amelia Bronze with Black Ceramic Necklace

62.00

The Amelia is a hand-forged bronze arc with black Greek ceramic beads on a long leather necklace. The Amelia is the perfect layering necklace, and pairs well with short geometric pendants. 

The Amelia is a part of the Femina collection, which celebrates simple, modern forms and natural materials. Based on striking neutrals, intentional strokes of color punctuate the collection. Each piece is named after an influential and inspiring woman, who has made a tremendous impact on the world.

The Amelia necklace is named after Amelia Earhart, aviation pioneer and author. Amelia was the first female aviator to fly the Atlantic Ocean solo. In addition to setting many other records, writing a number of best selling books, and being active in women's rights, she played an instrumental role in the formation of the first female pilot organization.

total length: 36 in.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

The piece will tarnish with time and exposure to the elements. Jewelry should be removed before swimming or showering to help maintain shine. Gently polish the piece with a jewelry polishing cloth to restore its original shine. Avoid polishing gemstones.

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The Amelia is a hand-forged bronze arc with black Greek ceramic beads on a long leather necklace. The Amelia is the perfect layering necklace, and pairs well with short geometric pendants. 

The Amelia is a part of the Femina collection, which celebrates simple, modern forms and natural materials. Based on striking neutrals, intentional strokes of color punctuate the collection. Each piece is named after an influential and inspiring woman, who has made a tremendous impact on the world.

The Amelia necklace is named after Amelia Earhart, aviation pioneer and author. Amelia was the first female aviator to fly the Atlantic Ocean solo. In addition to setting many other records, writing a number of best selling books, and being active in women's rights, she played an instrumental role in the formation of the first female pilot organization.

total length: 36 in.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

The piece will tarnish with time and exposure to the elements. Jewelry should be removed before swimming or showering to help maintain shine. Gently polish the piece with a jewelry polishing cloth to restore its original shine. Avoid polishing gemstones.