One of our top sellers, this square Punchy Pendant appeals to those who love shapes providing stability and order. We love this square for its soft corners and large stamping surface.
Measures 2.9 cm (h) x 2.9 cm (w) x .15 cm (d). It’s about the size of a toonie.
We will center the hand stamping on each of the 4 sides. Maximum of 9 characters per side; or 8 if adjacent side(s) exceed 8 characters (see Stamping Information tab for more info).
Our Tang pendant is a slightly smaller square with more rounded corners.
Stamping is included in the above price (now or later)!
Elements: Sterling Silver (Canadian made).
The maximum number of characters per side is 9. However, if adjacent side(s) exceed 8 characters, the maximum number of characters per side is 8. The reference to left and right sides is based on facing the pendant (not wearing it).
This pendant looks great with 1, 2, 3 or 4 sides stamped. If you only expect to stamp one side, we recommend stamping on the right side. For 2 sides, we suggest the bottom and right. For 3 sides, we recommend the left, bottom and right. If you plan to add more name(s) to the pendant in future, consider where you would like the names stamped at the time of order. If you choose to have the designer layout the stamping on the pendant, please include a note in the Additional Stamping Instructions box indicating that you plan to add more name(s) in the future.
We suggest having the shortest name stamped on the top of the pendant, otherwise the pendant may appear top heavy.
Stamping is always free; regardless of when we stamp it (now or later). We ask that you cover the postage back and forth from Citrus when you want to add more stamping. Get in touch when your family grows.
Stamping is positioned facing out on the left, bottom and right sides of the pendant. On the top, the stamping is facing in, as shown. Stamping is centered on each side. Variations may be accommodated; provide details in the Additional Stamping Instructions box below if applicable.
We regret that we cannot hand stamp the back of the pendant, as when we hand stamp the front it leaves a slight impression on the back.