Santorini JTR Luggage Tag Charm
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This 14k gold vermeil charm features the IATA code, JTR, for the Santorini (Thira) International Airport. This iconic Greek island provides a beguiling backdrop for romance but also retains legendary history.
On this island, whitewashed buildings hug rustic slopes that fall to the Aegean Sea. Stunning geography formed here at the site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions ever recorded: the Late Bronze Age eruption that caused far-reaching disruption in the ancient world, at the height of Minoan civilization more than 3,500 years ago. As the sun sets into the sparkling deep-blue sea, clink glasses of ouzo and toast to this ancient marvel of land and history.
Approximate dimensions: 15 mm x 19 mm
Jet Set Candy uses the superiority of gold vermeil as it's one of the thickest forms of plating.
Gold vermeil (pronounced: vermay) is the official name for a heavy gold electroplating over a base of sterling silver. A minimum thickness of 2.5 microns of gold must be deposited before it can be marked or sold as Vermeil.
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