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The 'All That Wander' Personalised Necklace by Emma White

Regular price
£120.00 GBP
Regular price
Sale price
£120.00 GBP

Estimated delivery: 7 days. UK delivery only.

Originally inspired by the J. R. R. Tolkien poem, "All that is gold does not glitter", this necklace features the second line "Not all those that wander are lost". This ring is an ode to deciding to 'wander', to consciously deciding not to decide, to seeking adventure and taking risks.

This quote means a lot to me, as I reflect on a time when I threw caution to the wind and went down a path without knowing where it would lead me. What an adventure it turned out to be!

This necklace looks great worn long or short, it is substantial enough to work over a chunky knit in winter and looks great worn high on the neck. It was designed as a compliment to the YES/NO Spinning Necklace and they look amazing stacked together. 

Go with these words or choose your own. A favourite quote or song lyric or a entimental message to a loved one.

PERSONALISATION: You can fit up to 35 characters, which is approximately 5/6 words on the pendant, depending on the length of the individual words. Please do get in touch with any queries if you are unsure what will work and I will happily advise you.

Each letter is stamped by hand and so there are slight irregularities in the alignment and depth of the letters, which are part of the charm and handmade nature of the piece. This is a very different technique from laser engraving. The stamping can be either letters or numbers but unfortunately not grammatical characters or symbols, except full stops (.) apostrophy (') and ampersand (&)

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The silver pendant is 27mm across. The chain is a belcher chain with oval links measuring 5.3 x 4.4mm.

Made From

Sterling silver throughout.

Packaged In

A sleek grey box, branded with 'Emma White' in black.


Silver should be stored away from light and heat to keep it looking its best. Silver will tarnish over time and can discolour if it comes into contact with chemicals or even react to acid in perfume and some beauty products. We recommend you put your jewellery on last when you are getting ready to go out and take it off for sleeping, washing and swimming, to keep it in tip top condition. Do not soak your jewellery or you could remove the lettering. Any build up or tarnish is easily cleaned via one of the following methods: A good old fashioned wash with an old toothbrush and some soap (take care with any leather products not to scrub too hard); a rub with a 'Goddards Silver Cloth' which is impregnated with polish; a quick (10 seconds) dip in 'Goddards Silver Dip', followed by a quick dip in hot water and a brush with soap, using an old toothbrush, then buffed dry with a soft cloth.