This sterling silver charm features a recessed heart in which “25” has been stamped to commemorate CERF+’s 25th Anniversary! The reverse side is stamped “CERF+ 2010.” The charm is 1" long by 1/2" wide.
The charm is made of oxidized bronze and measures 1 1/2” tall by 1” wide.
The 3/4” tall charm is made of oxidized sterling silver.
The 5/8” tall charm by Chickenscratch artists Lisa & Scott Cylinder is made of oxidized sterling silver and includes a vintage Monopoly house.
The 5/8” tall charm has etched patterns inlaid into a silver frame.
Note: Charms bracelets come in two sizes.
Large: 7 Inches
Small: 6 Inches
Charms not included with chain – each must be purchased separately.
Discontinued logo…get ‘em while they’re hot!
Pack of 9 Postcards from nine years of the Collection of Miniatures (1998, 2001, 2003 postcards are no longer available)
Los Angeles jewelry maker Valerie Mitchell patterned CERFs 2009 Charm after a Western red cedar seed because she says CERF “plants a seed of hope in rebuilding and growth.” The 1.5" by .5" charm is made of oxidized sterling silver.
Valerie’s work has been shown in galleries and museums...
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These limited edition, signed Boris Bally Pentatrays measure approximately 18" in diameter and are made from recycled Tornado Shelter signs. Cost of shipping is included in the price. Act fast- these won't last long!
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