Arabic Name Necklace V2


Bear your name with élan etched in exotic Arabian script! Made with sterling silver and plated with high quality gold, the nameplate serves as the center of attention with the Arabic font imparting an aura of uniqueness.

Product Details
  • Made from Sterling Silver or Solid Gold
  • 18K Gold/Rose Gold Plated
  • Chain type: Rolo, Box, Twist
  • Click HERE to quickly & easily translate your name into the language of your choice.
  • 14K Solid Gold Chains are not available in 20” length or Rolo chain type
  • * We cannot guarantee this product will be in stock for much longer. Due to its Limited Edition, we also cannot guarantee that there will be anymore once it is completely sold out.*
"Jewels" Rules

There are some things that can be avoided to ensure many years of enjoyment from your jewelry. 

  • Avoid interaction with chemicals.  Some everyday chemical combinations can be harsh on gold and silver.
  • Cleaning products can affect the surface of the bracelets, necklaces, rings, robbing them of its natural sheen.
  • Remove your jewelry when taking a shower, cleaning, and applying makeup, lotions, hairspray or perfume.
  • Chlorine may affect the color of your gold plated jewelry and we therefore recommend removing all gold jewelry before entering a pool and/or hot tub.
  • Remove your jewelry when changing clothes or sleeping, as it may cling to fabric and break or rip.
  • Recommend keeping jewelry in individual sealed packaging to help prevent tarnishing.

If treated right, gold jewelry should last for years. Here are a few things to keep in mind on a regular basis while wearing gold jewelry:

  • Gold is a soft metal: while gold has a shine and a luster all its own, it’s also a soft metal. This makes it susceptible to dings, scratches, and dents. Be mindful of this while you wear them and remove them while playing any high-contact sports.
  • Chlorine is gold’s worst enemy: with repeated exposure, chlorine will weaken your gold jewelry’s structure and eventually lead to it breaking. Make sure to take your jewelry off before getting in a Chlorine filled pool or spa.
  • Cover or remove while cleaning: Household cleaners with acids or abrasives can damage your jewelry’s finish over time.
  • When worn regularly, your gold jewelry is exposed to skin oils, perspiration, dust, makeup, and more. To keep its shine, you should clean your jewelry regularly with a solution of 10-parts warm water and 2-parts dish soap. Rubbing alcohol can be used, just make sure to stay away from cleaning your jewelry with bleach. A few extra tips:
  • Bonus tip: for an extra shine, use a jewelry polishing cloth! Do not use a paper towel or tissue as these can scratch your jewelry.
  • Clean with soap as needed: by all means, clean your jewelry at home; but, don’t overdo it! Only clean your jewelry as needed when it’s visibly dirty or gathering a patina.

This item is personalized/made to order. Product *may* take up to 14 business days to ship. 

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