A dainty sterling silver star that can be hand stamped with your choice of initial.
This star is approximately 9mm in width.
You can choose to have a hammered or smooth finish.
The standard chain length is 18”, but I also offer chains at 16” and 20”. If you require a different length to these options then please just contact me.
Please refer to the photo in this listing to see the choice of fonts and then select the font from the drop down box. Some items might only have one or two fonts in the drop down box and this is due to the size of the item / size of the font. For more information on the fonts please head to my blog.
The inked option on this listing lets you choose whether to have your hand stamped personalisation or design stamp made black or not. I have included a photograph in this listing which compares the look of inked and not inked. Leaving the item without ink gives you a more subtle elegant feel. If you would like to see more photographs to help you decide then please head to my blog where you’ll find a gallery page dedicated to showing the differences. Due to the extra time taken to turn the stamping black there is a small charge.
Please select from the drop down box if you wish to have a gift box. All of my gift boxes are eco friendly made from FSC certified materials. If you do not wish to have a gift box then your item will come on a Cornish Bluebelle branded backing card and popped into a hessian bag that's been hand stamped with my logo.
I will always aim to make your jewellery as soon as possible, usually I can make jewellery within a week. At busier times such as Christmas and Mothers day this will take me longer. Also I often have unexpected busy times throughout the year. For this reason I set my processing time to 2-3 weeks maximum.
A little note
Hand stamped jewellery isn’t meant to always look 100% uniform. Each letter, number and design is stamped into the silver one by one so there will be variations in depth and spacing. This is all part of the rustic charm of handmade jewellery and is not classed as a fault. For information on how to look after your jewellery then please head to my jewellery care guide here on my website.