615 Charm Necklace
On Tuesday March 3rd 2020, tornadoes wreaked havoc on my home state. After seeing the destruction and pain inflicted on Middle Tennessee, I quickly designed this piece of jewelry to play a small part in the local relief efforts.
This piece is available as a charm alone (easy to slide on a chain if you have one already) or as a necklace. There are fine and costume metal and stone options. The charm measures about 20mm x 5 mm with 1mm thickness. The stone flush set into the bottom of the rectangular charm is either a diamond or a white cubic zirconia. The chain is a cable chain with 16-18'' adjustable lengths.
14k gold option is flush-set with a diamond. 18ky gold plated sterling silver and sterling options are both flush-set with a single white CZ.
"615" is laser engraved in horizontal script in the center of the charm. The finish is ice - blasted. Alternative finishes are also available upon request.
This piece was created to benefit the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and its efforts to get those affected by the storms back on their feet. For the remainder of March, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to cfmt.org.
If you would like an alternate area code engraving, please place your order and follow up with an email of the specified numerals.
Please allow 7-12 business days for shipping.