Communion Pewter and Stainless Steel Boys Necklace

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The Communion Pewter and Stainless Steel Boys Necklace is the perfect modern first communion gift for a boy. This handsome necklace strikes the perfect balance between modern and traditional, making it a timeless piece that can be cherished for years to come.

The pendant of the necklace is made from high-quality pewter and features a round shape. At the center of the pendant is a beautifully detailed chalice, symbolizing the sacrament of communion. The pendant hangs gracefully on a long 24 inch stainless steel curb chain, adding a sleek and contemporary touch to the design.

Crafted with care and attention to detail, this necklace is a true standout. The combination of the pewter pendant and the stainless steel chain creates a visually striking contrast that is sure to catch the eye. The pendant is designed to be the focal point of the necklace, drawing attention to the intricate details and symbolism of the chalice.

In addition to its impeccable design, this necklace is also highly functional. The stainless steel chain ensures durability and longevity, while the length allows for a comfortable fit. The necklace is designed to be worn every day as a reminder of the special occasion of the boy's first communion.

When you order the Communion Pewter and Stainless Steel Boys Necklace, you can expect prompt delivery. The necklace ships within 2 business days, ensuring that you receive your gift in a timely manner. This makes it the perfect last-minute gift option, without compromising on quality or style.

Overall, the Communion Pewter and Stainless Steel Boys Necklace is a modern and stylish first communion gift that is sure to impress. With its handsome design, high-quality materials, and prompt delivery, it is a gift that will be treasured for a lifetime.
This product has a 1 year warranty.
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necklace material:
stainless steel
Gift For:
First Holy Communion