The original hand stamped calendar necklace…what a great way to celebrate your special day.
This 22 gauge, 1" wide gold filled rectangle will be hand stamped with ANY month from ANY year (past, present or future), and then one day will be highlighted with an oval or a heart AROUND the date.
Because of our unique process and design, the month and day shown on your piece will fall just as they did on the calendar that year.
Your calendar hangs with a 20 gauge, 1/2" gold filled disc stamped with 'Our Wedding Day.' Your handcrafted piece arrives in a sweet purple gift box.
ADDITIONAL DETAILS & OPTIONS:
Want to add a crystal or freshwater pearl? Use our a la carte section.
Stamping on the back: We can stamp up to 18 characters (no more than 8 characters in one line) on the back of your calendar, but it will require upgrading to a thicker, 18 gauge gold-filled sheet for an add'l $18. Please note that if adding stamping on the back, your piece will be given a brushed finish. See ordering options.
Stamping month only, no year: We can create your calendar without a year, if you'd prefer. When ordering, enter the year you'd like the calendar to represent, and then use the 'Special Instructions' to let us know you don't want the year stamped.
Gold Filled vs. Gold Plated: Our calendars are made from high quality 14k/20k double clad sheet with a gold layer on both sides.
Gold Filled: Also known as "rolled gold" or "rolled gold plate", gold filled is composed of a solid layer of gold bonded with heat and pressure to a base metal such as brass. Some high quality gold-filled pieces have the same appearance as 14 karat (58%) gold. In the USA the quality of gold filled is defined by the Federal Trade Commission. If the gold layer is 10 kt fineness the minimum layer of karat gold in an item stamped GF must equal at least 1/10 the weight of the total item. If the gold layer is 12 kt or higher the minimum layer of karat gold in an item stamped GF must equal at least 1/20 the weight of the total item.
Gold Plated: Gold plating is a method of depositing a thin layer of gold onto the surface of another metal, most often copper or silver (to make silver-gilt), by chemical or electrochemical plating.
Questions? Check out our Planning Tools Section and FAQs. A lot of questions can be answered there. Still have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us!
PLEASE NOTE: These calendars are crafted by hand, not mass produced or cast. The size of the rectangle will vary depending on the number of weeks in your selected month.