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Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery

Sale price £1,410.00 Regular price £2,210.00

Hey there, my fabulous peeps, check this out – it's a 9ct Gold flat bevelled curb link chain, and it's here to shine some golden light on your life. This beauty comes in three lengths, 20", 22" and 24", and it's a true head-turner. The chain is 8.5mm wide and features flat oval diamond-cut links that catch the light like a disco ball – seriously, it's a dazzling showstopper!

Now, this chain is a versatile piece that anyone can rock, but do yourself a favour and double-check the dimensions before you hit that 'buy' button. I want to make sure it's the perfect fit and style for you.

If you go for the 20" length, it'll weigh around 22.6g, the 22" is 24.9g and if you opt for the 24" length, it'll be approximately 27.2g. You've got options, and it's all about finding the one that speaks to your heart.

But wait, there's more – I've got a matching bracelet to complete the look. It's all about creating that perfect ensemble that's uniquely you.

Now, let's take a little trip back in time to the days of ancient Egypt – Gold was a big deal even back then! The oldest known map of a Gold mine dates back to the 19th Dynasty (1320–1200 BC), and the first written reference to Gold was recorded in the 12th Dynasty around 1900 BC. Egypt and Nubia were the Gold hotspots, with the resources to be major Gold-producing areas. They were pioneers in the art of Gold extraction, using methods like fire-setting. And hey, Gold had a starring role in the Old Testament, right from Genesis, where it's mentioned in Havilah, and it shows up in many parts of the temple, like the Menorah and the golden altar. The New Testament even describes the city of New Jerusalem with streets "made of pure Gold, clear as crystal." In the Book of Exodus, there's that infamous Golden Calf, a symbol of idolatry, while in Genesis, Abraham was living the high life with Gold and Silver, and Moses was told to cover the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant with pure Gold. And let's not forget about the legend of the Golden fleece from the eighth century BCE, possibly linked to using fleeces to trap Gold dust from placer deposits in the ancient world. The Romans took Gold mining to a whole new level with hydraulic mining methods in Hispania from 25 BC and in Dacia (modern Transylvania/Romania) from 106 AD. The Roşia Montană mines in Transylvania were massive and even mined by opencast methods until very recently. Gold has always had a starring role in the epic saga of human history!

So, if you've got questions, curiosities, or desires, don't be shy – hit me up. I'm here to make your golden dreams come true! 🌟💛😊

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