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Ever Growing - Vivacity Fine Mixed Clip Chain Couplet Necklace

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Ever Growing - Vivacity Fine Mixed Clip Chain Couplet Necklace

Description
Handcrafted in 18k Yellow Gold, this Fine Mixed Clip Chain Necklace Story represents Ever Growing Love. + - The plus and minus signs, in combination with two French phrases: Qu'hier, Que Demain translate as “today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow”. Symbolic of ever-growing love, a larger heart, and the accumulation of memories of a treasured life. Inspired by the poem “l’eternelle Chanson” written in 1889 by Rosamonde Gerard.

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat Yellow Gold
  • Couplet Medallions Measure
  • Necklace measures 16" long
  • Chain Gauge is 4.25mm
  • Self-adjustable
  • AN0417-LET-YG-BK-16
Handcrafted in 18k Yellow Gold, this Fine Mixed Clip Chain Necklace Story represents Ever Growing Love. + - The plus and minus signs, in combination with two French phrases: Qu'hier, Que Demain translate as “today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow”. Symbolic of ever-growing love, a larger heart, and the accumulation of memories of a treasured life. Inspired by the poem “l’eternelle Chanson” written in 1889 by Rosamonde Gerard.

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat Yellow Gold
  • Couplet Medallions Measure
  • Necklace measures 16" long
  • Chain Gauge is 4.25mm
  • Self-adjustable
  • AN0417-LET-YG-BK-16

Ever Growing

This piece is derived from the Vivacity Tenet. Representing the accumulation of experiences that create more love, a larger heart, a fuller life, resulting in a treasured life that builds upon memory; today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow. Symbolic of ever-growing love, an ever-growing life, and each moment being a gift.

  • Plus & Minus The plus and minus, in combination with two French phrases: Qu'hier, Que Demain translate as "today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow". Symbolic of ever-growing love and an ever-growing life. Each moment is a gift.
Learn more about the different tenets