Antique French wax seal necklace - Let Your Light Shine!
Pictured is an ancient Roman burning lamp surrounded by the French caption "Je Me Consume Pour Eclairer" (I Consume in Giving Light) - let your inner light shine through! A burning oil lamp is a reminder to keep ones faith and eternal light alive.
This charm is symbolic of faith, religion, inner light and eternal faith. A reminder to keep the faith when life's road darkens.
“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” ~ C.S. Lewis
►YOUR JEWELRY COMES BEAUTIFULLY GIFT BOXED and INCLUDES a CARD with the CHARMS MEANING & SYMBOLISM, READY FOR GIFTING! ◄
►Size: charm measures 3/4" 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 mid 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.
Unless your jewelry is made to order, we’ll ship your piece within 5 business days. If you need your order ASAP, please contact us to see if we can accommodate your request. All of our packages are shipped from our Ohio studio via USPS First Class Mail or USPS Priority Mail. Once your order leaves our studio you’ll receive a tracking number so that you can follow the progress of your shipment.
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