Classic 4 Initial "Love You To The Moon" Necklace with Star Set Diamond
Logan Hollowell Online Exclusive
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Solid 14K yellow gold, rose gold, white gold with a pavé diamond crescent and four initials separated by a star set diamond on the front side. The backside has the script "Love you to the moon and back." Total weight is .35ct. As a reminder this piece is solid 14k gold, so it will never tarnish, can be worn in any weather/water, and will last forever as a personal investment and heirloom. Please note that due to the high polish finish of this piece, it can appear to be darker or reflect surrounding colors.
*Please provide engraving instructions for the front of the necklace in the order notes below. Options include 4 custom initials, or there is a version available including up to 2 custom initials (X+X, XxX, XXX, X, XX) without the star set diamond center. Every necklace has "I love you to the moon and back" engraved on the back. If you have any specific engraving requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you promptly regarding your request.
The timeless phrase "I love you to the moon and back" is a universal sign of infinite love. Share this piece with someone you adore, or even yourself!
The moon is a feminine symbol, universally representing the rhythm of time as it embodies the cycle. The phases of the moon symbolize immortality and eternity. Controlling the tides, the rains, the waters, and the seasons, it is the middle ground between the light of the sun and the darkness of night, and thus often represents the realm between the conscious and the unconscious. In astrology, the moon is a symbol of the soul, and in the horoscope it determines the subject's capacity for reflection and adaptation.