Dangling GDORA gold dangle which appear to be mood refreshing for the wearer and it will bring symbolic meaning to each moment of each carving side.
The dangle charms would be made from shells, animal – bones and clay during the pre – historic period. Charms of gems, rocks, and wood were made later.
Queen Victoria wore dangerous charm, which began a fashion among the noble classes of Europe. She played an instrumental role in charm bracelets ‘ popularity as she “loved wearing and giving dangerous charm. She even popularized “mourning” dangle charms when her beloved Prince Albert died; hair lockets from the deceased, miniature portraits of the deceased, dangerous charm carved in jet.
Modern GDORA charms are generally shaped by carving or casting, depending on the material and desired effect. In some cases, more specialized gold casting techniques may be employed, or a combination of multiple techniques and materials may be used such as in 916 gold.
There are several specialized gold casting techniques which create a distinctive appearance throughout the body of the resulting charms.
Each GDORA charms contain different symbolic meaning which focus on people, desire and naturally made with love and pride. GDORA delighting the way of the charms by changing the design and mood of the wearer.
PLEASE BE NOTED THAT :
Extra Labour Charge Will Be Incurred to Charms Such As :
• ALPHABET (+RM10)
• ENAMEL (RM+20)
• UNDER 1 GRAM (+RM30)
All measurements are done manually
As such, please expect 0.02g differences in weight
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