pendants

The word pendant is derived from the Latin word pendere and Old French word pendr, both of which translate as "to hang down". Pendants are among the oldest recorded types of body adornment and were commonly worn by Ancient Egyptians. Stone, shell, pottery, and more perishable materials were used.
  • 22 x 19mm Chevron Style Pendant (2 holes) - Satin Hamilton Gold
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    $2.29

    22 x 19mm Chevron Style Pendant (2 holes) - Satin Hamilton Gold

    K79-SHG

    22mm x 19mm chevron style pendant with two holes. Satin hamilton gold plate over brass.

    $2.29
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  • 20mm Dagger Spike Drop/Pendant - Satin Hamilton Gold
    $2.19

    20mm Dagger Spike Drop/Pendant - Satin Hamilton Gold

    K60-SHG

    20mm Dagger Spike Drop/Pendant. Satin Hamilton Gold plate over brass.

    $2.19