A beautiful token of her faith, the pearl and sterling silver cross necklace from the Cherish Collection is the perfect accessory for a spiritual occasion.
Religious jewellery for children from Molly Brown London, the Cherish Pearl Cross Necklace is the modern answer to a girl's silver cross.
This lovely children's cross necklace exudes sophistication with the addition of a perfect pearl. A thoughtful gift for a new baby, a Christening gift for a goddaughter, her first Holy Communion jewellery, a confirmation gift or traditional flower girl jewellery.
With its contemporary design and hallmarked sterling silver, ensures it will remain a much-loved piece of jewellery for the rest of her life. Match with the Pearl Cherish Cross Bracelet to compliment the crisp white of a Christening gown or Holy Communion dress.
Also available in the Cherish Cross Collection are necklaces with genuine diamonds, pink sapphire gemstones as well as the signature design, all with corresponding bracelets and a baby bangle featuring her first diamond set into the Cherish Cross design.
Comes with luxury gift wrap as a flat pack for you to assemble or paid to be wrapped to perfection if you are sending the gift directly to the lucky girl.
Assay assured hallmarked sterling silver and a genuine freshwater pearl.
The necklace is 16" adjustable at 14" to accommodate most ages and sizes. Fastened with a sturdy lobster claw clasp.
The total drop of the pendant is 20mm, the cross is 15mm and 1.5mm in-depth, with a 2mm pearl set in the centre.
It is recommended that you store your jewellery in the pouch and box provided to reduce the risk of damage affecting its appearance. Sterling silver is prone to natural tarnishing. This process is caused by oxygen and moisture coming into contact with the metal. This can be treated with a respected name brand polishing cloth. Do not wear swimming as materials are prone to damage from chlorine. Molly Brown London is an Assay Assured brand and has been tested by the Edinburgh Assay Office, it contains no lead and has passed the Newton Break Test.