Hand cast sterling silver silhouette-style charm of the Japanese/Chinese kanji symbol for "sweet sixteen". In Japanese it is pronounced amai juu roku, and in Chinese it is tien shyr lio. The words "sweet sixteen" are engraved on the back, as a translation. The charm portion is 1 1/4" (32mm) long, 3/4" (17mm) across, and 1mm thick. The pendant comes on a fancy 7x5mm bail, also made of sterling silver. The total length is 1 1/2" (39mm).
Lovingly handcast in the USA exclusively by DragonWeave. High quality - accept no substitutes!
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- solid sterling silver, high polish finish
- translation on the back
- hand cast in the USA exclusively by DragonWeave