For the searingly chic, globe trotting, style savvy glamour gal with a penchant for "fabled" memorabilia, we have this marvelous European charm featuring the mischievous and meddlesome Max and Moritz. For the uninitiated, Max and Moritz are the adolescent sibling protagonists featured in a mid-Nineteenth century German fable entitled, "Max und Moritz - Eine Bubengeschichte in sieben Streichen," which details the evocative exploits of these two proverbial pranksters along with their ultimate resolute reprisal. A seriously smashing way to commemorate one's celebrated jaunts to Germany or a penchant for literature of a socially satirical nature in a distinctive and slightly irreverent manner--but, then again, you were never one to be swayed by convention anyway. Truly the perfect accoutrement for those seeking to add sensational, one-of-a-kind charms to an engagingly eclectic and fiercely fabulous charm bracelet.
Composition: European 835 silver.
Marks: 'Max u. Moritz' on front; '835' on reverse.
Weight: 5.8 grams.
Attachment: Jump ring.
Dimensions: 7/8" height (including jump ring) x 3/4" length.
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