From the Archives: Alphabet Mommy Necklaces by Jennifer Fisher

Editor’s Note: All weekend long I’ll be posting some of my favorite finds from the blog’s archives. This necklace by Jennifer Fisher was first posted in November 2008. Since then, Jennifer has added more alphabet-themed designs, so be sure to check out her shop for the latest necklaces.

I just got one of these ABC necklaces by uber-talented jewelry designer (and mom of two) Jennifer Fisher. Inspired by her 4-year-old’s enthusiasm for his ABCs, Jennifer created this necklace for both moms and their kids to enjoy. It is sterling silver and can be personalized by highlighting your child’s initials in colored resins (your choice of 10 colors)- mine looks so sweet with the “R” and “S” colored right next to each other. If you have another baby you can even send the necklace back to Jennifer to color an additional letter. The necklace is unique and modern while still looking delicate (one of my peeves about modern jewelry is that some of it looks too clunky- but this piece is sized perfectly). The pendant measures 1 1/2” X 1 1/4” and is hung on a 16” brown cotton cord. The basic necklace costs $180; there is an additional cost for customizing the letters ($10 for first letter, $5 for each additional one). This is a seriously gorgeous gift for a modern mom; it is a definite wish list item this holiday season. And even better, Jennifer Fisher is donating a percentage of the profits from the sale of this necklace to children’s literacy charities. Check out this necklace and Jennifer’s other beautiful designs at her Etsy shop.

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