Trough an enquiry of a friend during Covid I prayerful designed this necklace to offer you a unique way to memorialize the birth of your child. Having to give birth in these uncertain times, I like these to be a a reminder and beacon of light that each child (according to God's word the bible) has an angel watching over them. Loved ones can be comforted during this awful time by memorizing your loved ones in a unique way.
If you would like to take the option to include a date and a name from a loved one stamped on to the Copper Rod please do the following:
On the Cart Page is the option given to leave an Order Note. Please type the first name of your loved one with up to no more then 7 letters and the date you would like stamped on to the third and fourth side of the copper rod. For a limited time there is no extra charge.
We will confirm every custom order placed.
So feel embraced by my Limited Edition Covid Memorial Angelwing Necklace dedicated to those we lost during Covid and are still loosing everyday.
Each necklace made me love and sympathy is a handmade copper sculpted beautiful necklace which featured a custom stamped square solid copper rod with super sharp filed and slightly buffed corners and edges. The sides are stamped with a cross and the word COVID. The hand crafted and hammer patterned angelwing sculpts around the four sided copper rod with ease and holds the copper bar in place. The decorative sparkly with birthstone glistening sterling silver wrapped copper bail features 7 inter woven tiny Swarovski crystals to memorize the birth month of the loved one. The pendant hangs from a beautiful black braided Boho leather necklace with a length of 20 inches.
This necklace is also available with a sterling silver sculpted antiqued angelwing and black crystals which is suitable for our masculine customers as well at LINK
Original Design by Alexa Martha Butler
Limited Edition Covid Memorial Jewelry
Choose one of the 12 birthstone colors or black
As Pictured: 3mm Aquamarine Swarovski crystal Bicones - Birth month March