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Kin & Pebble Announces Anchor Pendant

It may be ordered in your customer’s choice of metal: sterling silver, 14K gold plated, 14K solid gold (yellow, white, or rose), or platinum.

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Kin & Pebble Anchor pendant

(PRESS RELEASE) Kin & Pebble announces a brand new unisex pendant style – the Anchor. This has been created for its extensive collection of cremation jewelry after requests for a new option for fishermen, boaters, Navy servicemen, or those simply of the nautical persuasion. This new necklace features a flat back for personalized engraving of up to 10 characters vertically down the shank of the anchor or 6 characters horizontally across the arms of the anchor. The back of the pendant also features a discreet chamber accessible via a rubber gasketed square screw that can be used for cremation ashes, sacred soil, or even sand from a favorite beach. It may be ordered in your customer’s choice of metal: sterling silver, 14K gold plated, 14K solid gold (yellow, white, or rose), or platinum.

To inquire about this new pendant or to obtain a wholesale account, please contact Kin & Pebble directly via telephone at 1-877-265-7994 or visit their website at www.KinAndPebble.com.

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