Curved Sideways Cross Necklace, Silver Cross Jewelry, Large Cross, Confirmation Gift, Religious Jewelry, Celebrity Necklace
The Elegant Curved Sideways Necklace is Stunning! The large cross hangs from a delicate but sturdy chain that looks absolutely beautiful! This cross necklace is perfect for layering and everyday wear. These make a great First Communion, Confirmation, Maid of Honor, or Bridesmaids gifts.
♥♥FLORIDA RESIDENTS PAY 7% SALES TAX♥♥
925 Sterling Silver♥
The Curved Cross, measures (1-inch L x 10- mm W)
♥The necklace seen on the model in the picture is wearing 14.5” long♥
♥The necklace comes in a beautiful box ready for gift giving.♥
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SHIPPING TURNAROUND TIME
Each item in my shop is made to order, so please know that the turnaround time is 3-5 business days for shipping. If you have an urgent need, please send me a message; I am quick to reply
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Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
"STERLING SILVER" will last for a long time if cared for properly, it will eventually tarnish as "ALL" jewelry does but (takes a while). However, it can easily be cleaned with a soft polishing cloth or I personally recommend a "liquid" jewelry tarnish cleaner. Once cleaned it will instantly go back to it's brilliant color.
"SILVER PLATED" is best for items that are worn occasionally. With daily use, the thin layer of silver can eventually wear away, exposing a base copper metal that can corrode or stain skin and is not as durable as Sterling Silver.
For this reason I highly recommend the Sterling Silver over Silver Plated. Sterling Silver has a much longer life than Silver Plated and the additional cost is well worth it.
"GOLD FILL" is an affordable QUALITY material that looks just like solid gold. With proper care, will usually maintain its golden shine for a LIFETIME. Gold-filled is constructed in two or three layers. A gold alloy is bonded to one or both surfaces of the brass core with heat and pressure. Unlike plated (aka electroplated or "dipped").
"GOLD PLATED" has a minuscule layer of gold applied to a brass base. The materials that I use are high quality and are tarnish resistant but the plating will generally wear off rather quickly and expose the brass base product.
For this reason I highly recommend the "GOLD FILL" over Gold Plated. "GOLD FILL" has a much longer life than Gold Plated and the additional cost is well worth it.