100% Recommend this product (7 of 7 responses)
By Leigh A Hatanka
December 24, 2014
My daughter in law absolutely loved it
By Susan Miljavac
St. Joseph Missouri
February 7, 2013
I was happy to learn my daughter had received her necklace as it was her birthday present but sad to hear the charm with her name and birthdate was not on the necklace. I hope you can help with this,
By George P.
May 22, 2012
Bought this for my wife...
We celebrated mother's day at our favorite restaurant, very family friendly. Our children surprised mom with the necklace and she was so overjoyed that she was in tears! Needless to say we love this very personal touch for all the names and the great oak standing strong in the middle.
May 17, 2012
family tree neckalce
beautiful charm, i am impressed.
March 24, 2012
like it a lot, give more options for chain thickness.
By Joanne Skelter
March 14, 2012
I received this pendant necklace in perfect condition last week and it is such an unique charm with the round tree on top. The tree has a lot of beautiful detail including branches, trunk, right down to the the base and a background.
ProsExcellent quality, very unique charm!
ConsNone at all.
March 7, 2012
love this necklace, very unique look and shiny. The engraving is gorgeous and easy to read. Chain is a little thin but is sure strong enough and comfortable to wear.
My Family Tree Name Necklace She looked up to the stars and wondered if they can see them back at home. Then she realized that back home it was nearly noon; Mother would be making lunch, She peeled her eyes away from the beautiful sky and looked around her. It was mostly quiet though you can still hear the music and the chatter from the bars and restaurants a few streets away. It is at nights when she missed home. Whenever she walked back to the hostel or to the couch where she was about to spend the night, she remembered her own bed and the comfort it brings. Yes, she loved the adventure! She was thirsty for it back home and she was drinking it all up, but also for the first time, she understood why they say that there is no place like home. Her companions, a handsome young man and a red-headed woman, motioned to her to follow them. Maybe back to the bar they had left. Maybe to a cafe for a nightcap. Or maybe to discover some new hidden gem hidden in this unfamiliar city. She ran to them clutching the charm hanging on her neck. The necklace was something she found the day before at the market. It has a thin chain and a gorgeous round pendant. Unmistakably handmade. A magnificent tree with branches all curled up was engraved in the middle. Just below the tree was a family name that was not too common in the country that she was in. Curiously, it was her motherís maiden name. It reminded her of her motherís ring which was also silver and ruggedly handsome. The woman who sold it to her said it was owned by someone else before her but it was clean. She asked if she knew who it was personally but the woman answered that no, she doesnít. She believed it was clean, and besides, why would she let such a wonderful find go? And so she bought it, even if it meant scrimping for lunch. She wore it around her neck for safekeeping. She wore it as she rode trains and boarded planes. And there it stayed until finally, 8 months after she bought it, she was welcomed home by the woman she bought it for.