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May Birth Flower Charm
May Birth Flower Charm
May Birth Flower Charm
May Birth Flower Charm
May Birth Flower Charm

May Birth Flower Charm

$310.00

TRADITIONAL RETAIL: $640 - $1740

DESCRIPTION

The May birth flower charm is lily of the valley, denoting a ‘return to happiness’ in Victorian England. Shaped like a vintage saint charm with a delicate relief carving of the lily of the valley, add this sentimental flower to your everyday collection. Lily of the valley symbolizes sweetness and humility, a perfect gift to represent the sweetest May born person in your life. Option to personalize with custom engraving on the back of each charm.

 

GEMSTONE

Single Burnish Set White Diamond, 0.01tcw. H-I/SI.

 

75% RECLAIMED METAL

1.95g 14k Solid Yellow, White or Rose Gold.

  

DIMENSIONS

18.5mm x 11mm Charm.

Gemstones:

From diamonds to pearls, gemstones have a wide range of durability. All stones can be cleaned gently with a damp cloth and air-dried. Learn more about caring for each stone here.

14-Karat Gold:

Solid 14-karat gold can sustain daily wear and will not tarnish. Clean with an organic cleaning solution and warm water. Learn more about how to protect your jewelry here.

Sterling Silver:

Solid sterling silver can be worn daily, but it may tarnish with exposure to sun and water over time. Bring it back to its original shimmer with a silver polishing cloth. Never store wet or damp silver in a tight enclosure. Learn more about caring for silver here.

16 in. – Teen to adult size S/M. Fits around collar bones on small to medium necks.

18 in. – Fits adult size M/L - Fits collarbones on medium to large necks, or as a longer layering necklace on small to medium necks.

20in - Adult L, great for layering. Hits about 2in down from collar bone.

Gemstone

Learn more about where and how our responsibly sourced stones are found here.

Reclaimed Metal

Starling uses reclaimed or recycled metals in its designs. Learn more about the process here.

Made in the Downtown Los Angeles

These were made by four to six American metalsmiths, paid fair wages.

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