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Spark & True Love Fine Clip Chain Necklace Story

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Spark & True Love Fine Clip Chain Necklace Story

Description
Handcrafted in 18-karat Yellow Gold, this Small Mixed Belcher Extension Chain Necklace Story symbolizes Love. The Spark, is a reminder that it just takes a spark to begin a lifelong journey of True Love. Complimented with our Petite Heart Ingot which can be engraved. The front of the medallion can be hand engraved with your choice of 1 letter in Cypher font. These could represent a loved one, personal initial, or a special number.

On the back of the the Petite Heart Ingot are our FoundRae Hallmarks. There is a symbolic language of hallmarking. The first mark is the maker (Who). In our case, we have our FR triangle which is a registered hallmark. The 2nd and 3rd marks typically speak to the content (What). Not only do we have 18 kt gold, we also have our True Love Knot. The last mark is the Date Letter. It’s a standard set by the London Assay Office. For 2024, the symbol is the letter “Z".

Please email clientcare@foundrae.com for questions or more engraving inspiration. A sales associate will reach out in 1 - 2 business days to confirm artwork. Once confirmed, the piece will be ready to ship in 2 business days.

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Diamond weight .317 ct
  • Spark Medallion measures 15mm
  • Heart ingot measures 9.9mm in height and 9.6mm in width
  • Measures 18" long
  • The necklace is made of refined clip chain 5 links per inch
  • The 1" extension is our Classic FOB chain 2.5 links per inch
  • Finished with a lobster clasp
  • AN0439-SPK-YG-DI-18
Handcrafted in 18-karat Yellow Gold, this Small Mixed Belcher Extension Chain Necklace Story symbolizes Love. The Spark, is a reminder that it just takes a spark to begin a lifelong journey of True Love. Complimented with our Petite Heart Ingot which can be engraved. The front of the medallion can be hand engraved with your choice of 1 letter in Cypher font. These could represent a loved one, personal initial, or a special number.

On the back of the the Petite Heart Ingot are our FoundRae Hallmarks. There is a symbolic language of hallmarking. The first mark is the maker (Who). In our case, we have our FR triangle which is a registered hallmark. The 2nd and 3rd marks typically speak to the content (What). Not only do we have 18 kt gold, we also have our True Love Knot. The last mark is the Date Letter. It’s a standard set by the London Assay Office. For 2024, the symbol is the letter “Z".

Please email clientcare@foundrae.com for questions or more engraving inspiration. A sales associate will reach out in 1 - 2 business days to confirm artwork. Once confirmed, the piece will be ready to ship in 2 business days.

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Diamond weight .317 ct
  • Spark Medallion measures 15mm
  • Heart ingot measures 9.9mm in height and 9.6mm in width
  • Measures 18" long
  • The necklace is made of refined clip chain 5 links per inch
  • The 1" extension is our Classic FOB chain 2.5 links per inch
  • Finished with a lobster clasp
  • AN0439-SPK-YG-DI-18

True Love

This piece is derived from the Love Tenet. Love binds the heart forever. True Love includes all of the 7 Types of Love.


Agape: Universal love
Eros: Romantic love
Philia: Friendship
Storge: The love between parent and child
Ludus: Playful love
Pragma: Love founded on duty and reason
Philautia: Self-love

  • Heart The Heart is love, and we need to open ours to connect, Cor ad Cor, Heart to Heart. And then all will be right in the world.
  • Star The star represents energy & divine guidance.
  • Spark It just takes a spark to begin a lifelong journey of True Love.
  • Number 7 Number 7 is an auspicious number across all cultures indicating completion and a tribute to the seven types of love.
  • True Love Knot A True Lovers Knot, also known as Bowen’s Knot, is a Heraldic Knot representing the connectivity of true love. The four outer loops beseech support from the 4 corners of the world.
Learn more about the different tenets