I Love You Kanji Wood Pendant Necklace Earth by SwanRiverStone

I Love You  Kanji Wood Pendant Necklace Earth by SwanRiverStone
  • I Love You  Kanji Wood Pendant Necklace Earth by SwanRiverStone
  • I Love You  Kanji Wood Pendant Necklace Earth by SwanRiverStone
  • I Love You  Kanji Wood Pendant Necklace Earth by SwanRiverStone
**Limited Edition* Kanji means Chinese letter or character. The Chinese script and adopted by the Japanese around the middle of the 6th century AD-this form is still used in modern Japanese calligraphy to this day. Beautifully set to lightweight natural wood rounded rectangle pendant alone measures 2"L x1/4 W (5cm x0.5cm) Wonderfully. engraved on both sides. I hand wire wrapped them in brass wire with a light catching multicolored faceted rondelle glass bead.pendant suspends from faux suede light brown sliding knotted cord. This necklace style is easy to adjust from 16inches to 26 inches. Presented in eco-friendly periwinkle plantable recycled paper gift box w/planting instructions. Created in honor of Earth Day-April 22nd,2010
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