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Actual Handwriting Disc Charm Necklace

$38.50

Disc Size
Material
Engraving
Quantity
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Details

This classic handwriting circle necklace is personalized with your loved ones' artwork or writing making it a heartwarming reminder of them. This minimal necklace is perfect for layering and is available in your choice of 5 disc sizes. This necklace is handmade from USA sourced, high-quality sterling silver, 14k yellow gold, 14k gold-filled or 14k rose gold-filled materials and features a 1.5mm delicate cable chain with spring ring closure. Whether you have writing from a card, list, document or child’s artwork, we can engrave your necklace with the exact design from you or your loved one.

PRODUCT FEATURES

  • Choose from 5 round disc charm sizes: Tiny (6mm), Petite (9mm), Small (11mm), Medium (13mm), Large (16mm)
  • High precision laser engraved with the actual handwriting, signature or artwork that you provide us
  • Choose from 4 metal options: 14K solid gold, 14k gold fill, 145 rose gold fill or sterling silver
  • Spring ring closure, 16-inch standard necklace length (Please message us with any chain length requests or questions)
  • Sun-Kissed and Handmade in Orange County, California ☼
  • Includes a free elastic, no bump hair tie w/purchase

HOW TO ORDER

  1. Choose DISC SIZE 
  2. Choose MATERIAL
  3. Choose SINGLE SIDE or DOUBLE-SIDED engraving
  4. If upgrading to DOUBLE-SIDED engraving, specify what design you would like engraved.
  5. After ordering, message us at hopegray@thegraylabel.com ) with order details and attach an IMAGE of your WRITING SAMPLE. Let us know if you have a preference for how you want the design-oriented.

TIPS FOR YOUR HANDWRITING SAMPLE

  • Scan or photograph your writing sample
  • Make sure that the image is cropped close and in focus

NOTE: If your writing sample is loopy with dramatic ups and downs, we will need to shrink it to fit the selected bar size. How the writing appears will depend on the image you send. We do our best to orient the writing so it appears at it’s best, but keep in mind that we are limited by the actual penmanship and we do not alter the image that is sent.