French Proverb: The Pitcher Will Go to the Well Once Too OftenThis wax seal charm depicts a broken pitcher with the French caption reading "Tant Va La Cruche a L'eau" or "The pitcher goes often to the well and gets broken at last". The expression means that one should not repeat a risky action too often, or push one's luck too far. Time ends all things.
The charm is symbolic of a risk taker, someone that is always pushing the envelope - this will remind them to not push too far for too long for all good things must come to an end. Better late than never, wait for true love.
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►Size: charm measures 5/8" in diameter
►Materials: Sterling Silver
►Necklace Option: You may chose to order JUST the pendant or select from a variety of sterling chains available in shiny silver or antiqued silver finishes from the drop down menus to the right. *See last picture for reference.
►Charm Only Option: If you chose to order the charm only it will come on a 5mm sterling jump ring that you may thread onto your own necklace.
♡♡ This pendant is made using the original wax seal that dates to the early 1800's. The charm has been given an antique patina to bring out all the details. Please note that the picture has been enlarged so you can see the detail. Each one is handmade to order, unique and one-of-a-kind in every regard. Due to their handmade nature, they may vary slightly in size.
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