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This is a consignment piece and the information given to me with it has been verified by a knowledgeable and trusted jeweler. This is a 14K gold 1960's charm by renowned charm maker Henry Dankner & Sons of New York (trademark issued in the name of Henry Danker & Sons) . He is best known for his gold mechanical charms. This charm, while not mechanical, is very detailed and beautiful. Its large size (1 1/2 inches by 1 5/8 inches) makes it a perfect pendant. It depicts a Tree of Life with a twisted rope border. On the tree are 4 cultured pearls approximately 4mm each, 3 rubies ranging in size from approximately .06 to .12 carat and 2 sapphires approximately .06 carat each. The total weight is 12.8g.
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LAYAWAY I do offer a layaway plan for this item. See my shop Terms of Service, Other Information. The terms below pertain only to layaways.
Plan Duration: 2 months
Payment Frequency: Monthly
Down Payment: 33 1/3%
Returns Accepted: Yes (restocking fee will apply)
Exchanges Accepted: No
Restocking Fee: 35%
Cancellation Fee: No Payments Refunded For Layaway With Outstanding Balance
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