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9CT GOLD SOLID POST BOX PENDANT CHARM

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Sale price £210.00 Regular price £240.00
9CT GOLD SOLID POST BOX PENDANT CHARM

Alright, my lovelies, picture this – what's more British than a red post box? It's a brand new throwback to the days when charms were crafted with such detail and, dare I say, charm. This solid Yellow Gold post box, complete with E R for Elizabeth Regina on the front, is a real gem. And when I say substantial, I mean it – at 9mm in diameter and 24mm in length, with an average weight of 4.1g, it's got some heft to it. Straight from England, this charm is the epitome of British nostalgia.

Now, if you're thinking of snagging this beauty, consider pairing it with a chain for the full effect. And lucky for you, I offer a discount when purchased together. Might I suggest this one? A little memento of your time in the UK, a nod to the late Queen, or a show of support for our Royal Mail postal workers – take your pick!

But wait, there's more – I've got a layaway plan in place, no hoops to jump through. Just throw down a 25-50% deposit, and you've got up to six months to pay off the rest. Weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly – you call the shots! And remember, PayPal's the way to go here.

Now, let's dive into a bit of postal history, shall we? Post or letter boxes have been gracing tourist brochures and postcards for ages. Back in 1840, the Uniform Penny Post revolutionised the postal system, making it more accessible to the masses. No longer did you have to rely on the Bellman or trek to a Receiving House – the post box changed the game.

And guess what? We owe it all to Anthony Trollope, who, before he was a famous novelist, was a Surveyor's Clerk for the Post Office. He proposed the introduction of letterboxes to Britain, and the rest is history. From the earliest red boxes to the green ones and even the special blue ones for airmail, post boxes have come a long way.

So, what do you say, my darlings? Ready to add a touch of British charm to your collection? ✉️💌

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