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Noor Silver Necklace


Exploring the relationship between a piece of jewellery and the body on which it rests, this small medallion falls against the chest with a conscious closeness. When it is worn, one feels aware of the paradoxical balance it represents as both a tactile, hard metal object, and its intangible qualities as a keepsake of intimacy and memory. The Noor necklace embraces all the traits of a true symbol, containing more complex meaning than guarded first impressions can ever deliver.

  • The Noor Silver Necklace is handmade in solid 925 Sterling Silver 

  • Nickel and lead free

  • Locally handcrafted

Just as silver conjures up images from times gone by of glittering coins lying companionably next to gold ingots in a treasure chest, so does the Noor Silver Necklace allow you to imagine you’ve travelled back to a time of romance and opulence.

Silver is Symbolic of Strength and Status

Wearing a silver necklace may symbolise purity and clarity or indicate strength and even position in a community.

As being harder than gold yet softer than copper, silver is a material that is as workable as a piece of gold and very adaptable; it can be melted or hammered or even carefully shaped with pincers and a pair of pliers.

Affordable Yet Valuable

A pure silver necklace such as the Noor Silver Necklace is affordable, but we should not be led by this fact to believe that this metal is less valuable than gold or platinum, for instance. On the contrary, silver has been popular in jewellery-making throughout the ages because of its versatility and association with 'warmth'.

Many people are drawn to sterling silver jewellery as opposed to gold, for instance, because silver is tough and has a clean, pure look. It is also said that gold is associated with the sun, while silver is indicative of blessings from the moon.

Silver Necklaces and the Psychology of Colour

It is believed that deep-thinking people who follow rhythms in the body and who associate things with the moon often prefer to wear silver jewellery too. It is also suggested in the psychology of colour that silver may indicate changes in life where the wearer may enjoy journeying to far-flung or historical places.

The Past and Present of Silver Necklaces

As a metal used by nobles in the past, silver was even more valuable than gold at one time, being used as currency even up to the present time; it is more often than not mixed with a second metal to make it hard enough to retain whichever desired to shape the jewellery artist wishes it to have.

When wearing the Noor Silver Necklace, a person can feel the warmth and comfort emanating from the metal as it is free of nickel and lead and handcrafted from solid sterling silver.

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Dear Letterman jewellery is hand crafted with high quality materials that require gentle handling. To ensure the longevity of your Dear Letterman piece, we strongly recommend you remove all jewellery prior to sleeping, showering, exercising and swimming. Avoid exposing your Dear Letterman piece while spraying fragrance, applying lotions or other cosmeceutical products, or immersing in salt or fresh water.

We recommend all Dear Letterman jewellery is stored in a dry or cool climate in the packaging provided or any safe jewellery pouch, away from direct sunlight. This will ensure your Dear Letterman does not oxidise or tangle. To prevent your Dear Letterman piece from tarnishing, remove it and gently clean and polish with a cotton ball or a dry soft polishing cloth to remove dust or any dirt. Do not use any abrasive materials or acid solutions

Dear Letterman seeks to embody modern attitudes to sustainability and ethical approaches to manufacturing. All Dear Letterman precious metals are refined using the ALS process, which is acidless and inflicts no harm on the environment. Dear Letterman use responsible sourcing and sustainability practices, and all packaging is recycled, reusable and non-plastic.

Dear Letterman work with trusted suppliers who are RJC certified which assures consumers that gold jewellery has been manufactured according to the RJC code of practices. The RJC code of practice covers human rights, labour rights, environmental impact, mining practices, product disclosure and other matters related to the jewellery supply chain.

Dear Letterman are proud to be an ethical jewellery brand in Australia by providing sustainable and ethical jewellery.

Dear Letterman is pleased to offer complimentary free shipping worldwide on all orders. This will be applied to your order at checkout.

Dear Letterman will ensure the safety of the shipment and product until your order has arrived to you. Please note that foreign duties or taxes are not included at checkout, and you may be liable for these on the order’s arrival in your country.

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Please choose carefully, as Dear Letterman is under no obligation to provide an exchange or refund for change of mind returns.

Dear Letterman reserves the right to reject any return request that does not adhere to the conditions of the Dear Letterman Return Policy.

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If your return is accepted, we’ll send you instructions on how and where to send your package.

Items sent back to us without first requesting a return and receiving approval will not be accepted.

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