Guiding Compass Pendant in Gold
This exclusive pendant is for travelers at heart! Guiding you to your dreams, this compass features a quote on the back in Italian "Non smettere mai di esplorare" meaning "Never stop exploring," and we live by that here at DelBrenna!
- Made in Italy, Handmade Italian Jewelry
- Material: 925 Sterling Silver
- Finish: 24k Antique Gold over silver
- Size: Diameter is 1 1/3 inches (3.3 cm)
- Details: The bail slides to any DelBrenna necklace 5mm and under. Chain not included.
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A BIT ABOUT US
HANDMADE FROM 3 GENERATIONS IN ITALY
DelBrenna jewels are crafted in Italy. A family secret- the design of our intricate, handmade chain is the core element of all our jewels.
ON THE BENCH
Our chains are forever
We wrap our original links chain around gemstones and antique coins as a frame, we build geometrical elements made of chains and we embellish pendants and earrings with our signature chain elements.
We like to play with different sizes and different elements of the chain, and so we have created Links, Beads, Ciambelle, and Cylinders collections.
Our studio in Cortona, Italy, is in the middle of Tuscany.
There, with love, we craft our jewels one by one. But love is also what made our family and our jewels travel to the United States. Read more about our story here.
Each piece of DelBrenna Jewelry holds with it a story for me. I cherish each piece that I own, wear and have gifted because they are about memories. The Guiding Compass holds a dear place within my heart. It has so much meaning, but the sentiment 'Never Stop Exploring' calls me back to Cortona and beautiful people there. I wear this treasured piece as a beacon, calling me back to my love, Tuscany.
I adore my bee coin pendant! The patina is beautiful. The piece is timeless. I will wear it for my whole life and never feel it is not in style. It is a classic piece of jewelry. If you want a unique piece that is skillfully made and beautiful, you cannot go wrong at DelBrenna!