Handmade luxury jewelry from Lenka Šváchová

Print Necklace mini

Print Necklace mini
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290 inc. VAT

Gold Necklace - Print mini

 - the necklace is made from 14 karat gold 

 - price is for 1 necklace


 

Chain length: 42cm (can be changed upon request)
Clasp – spring ring
Average area for fingerprint cca 5mm

Necklace with a pendant that has your fingerprint.

Production process: after placing order, come to our Prague showroom where you will copy your fingerprint into the material which jewelry Lenka Šváchová works into the final piece of gold jewelry.

The Print necklace is a lovely gift for a mother with her child’s fingerprint, partner, good friend or anyone with whom you are close.

 

 

Every piece of jewelry from 27JEWELRY is hand made by jeweler and designer Lenka Šváchová.

The precise hand crafted nature of her work ensures the quality of the production process with a feeling for detail not possible otherwise. To learn more about the production visit this page.


Each piece of jewelry is made to order after the order is submitted. After payment, the ring will be sent within 3-6 weeks.

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“Function and design, perfectly connected.”

 Jewelry from the Print collection carry your fingerprint. They make wonderful gifts where you can share in the production process and create something truly one of a kind.

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A brand which lays emphasis on meticulous hand crafting and its connecting of traditional goldsmith craftsmanship with the present time. Jeweler Lenka Šváchová uses quality precious metals and certified gemstones which are always set into the jewelry by hand in order to ensure worry free wear. Every piece is an original and is made to order.

Through her work Lenka Šváchová is reawakening a family tradition of goldsmiths which reaches back to the 1600’s.

FAMILY SECRET

The brand 27JEWELRY was founded by Lenka Šváchová in Prague in 2012. At this time she still had no idea what lay hidden in her family history. In 2014 with surprise and amazement she learned that there was a tradition of goldsmiths in her family that stretched across 8 generations and reached back to the 17th century. This discovery confirmed for her that pursuing the goldsmith’s calling was the right path for her and that her ancestors had given her the most valuable gift they could — skillfulness.