24" Child's Remembrance Memorial Necklace Mom of An Angel Defiantly Choosing To Breathe Angel Charm Sympathy Jewelry Gift
Brand: Gutsy Goodness
Color: Antique Cream Glass Pendant Piece with Bronze Metal
Details: This makes a sweet gift for the mom who has had a miscarriage, lost a baby or older child. When you don't know what to say, sometimes a little acknowledge met that you understand the daily struggle is the perfect gift. This glass pendant necklace includes a zinc alloy bronze-colored angel charm and a clear-colored glass bead. It's a meaningful piece of bereavement jewelry designed by Gutsy Goodness.
The image has an background of antique cream with the inspirational quote, covered with a glass bezel which magnifies the image, giving it a clear and crisp appearance. The glass pendant necklace is 1.20" (30mm), larger than many pendant necklaces you find that are just 25mm. The metal pieces are zinc alloy with an antique bronze finish.
This listing is for a 24" chain.
Other chain options are available at Gutsy Goodness. Enter the name of the necklace and 'gutsy goodness' into Amazon's search to locate it quickly. Options include: 36" chain or key chain.
The glass bezel is water resistant, but not water-proof. The vintage style compliments most outfits so wear with both a favorite t-shirt or career clothes.
READY FOR GIFT GIVING All our items are individually packaged with care and the intention to touch the heart of the recipient. It comes in an organza bag, tucked into a box with a special quotation card. The Gutsy Goodness box is sealed with a decorative elastic band as shown in the last image.
CARD INSERT SAYS: "We hear of the grief cycle, how life eventually returns to normal. But they don't tell you that it's a new normal-- when you are conscious of every breath and you choose to keep taking it. As a mom of an angel I choose to breathe to honor the sweet beautiful life I brought into this world that left too soon. Life can be both painful and precious, but it is still life and I will defiantly, somehow, choose to live it, a breath at a time."