“Born to Write” – Handcrafted round pendant measures 1 inch across (25mm) and has been created using a shiny silver or antique bronze tone bezel. Artwork has been sealed under a non-yellowing, scratch resistant, high gloss epoxy bubble which enhances the image. The pendant comes with a matching key ring. The entire key chain measures 2.5″ long. Water resistant, light weight, and durable.
If you are a writer you may find yourself listening in on someone’s conversation or taking notes in your head as someone is speaking to you. This glass pendant necklace with a beautifully detailed zinc alloy bronze-colored pen nib charm and a small simulated pearl bead, is a distinctive piece of author swag jewelry designed by Gutsy Goodness.
The image has an background of antique cream with the 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. The image is crisp and clear; the magnified view in photos does not fully represent the quality of the item.
On this listing you can choose one of the following:
– 24″ OR 36″ link chain
– 24″ OR 36″ vintage rose chain (see image #7)
– key chain
The glass bezel is water resistant, but not water-proof. Remove it before showering or going for a swim. This elegant vintage-style pendant necklace compliments any outfit of varying shades, making it ideal for to wear with anything from your favorite t-shirt to classy 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 Kraft box has Gutsy Goodness seal, washi tape, and silver elastic band as shown in the last image.
CARD INSERT SAYS:
“One of the best parts of being a writer is being able to observe those around you and call it ‘research.’ Whether you write fiction or nonfiction is irrelevant. Without consciously thinking about it we file away things we notice for a future book, especially from those around us. Occasionally, we may remind them that they are providing excellent material.”