is in Your Heart?™
The latest style of personalized jewelry
Create your custom pendant here
Uses the same charms as What Is In Your Soul &
Care & Warranty Information
Joely Fisher, who portrays Nina Fletcher on Desperate Housewives, is pictured wearing a What is in Your Heart necklace in the Oct. 17 issue of People Magazine.
About What's In Your Heart Necklaces:
The necklace and heart are both made of genuine Sterling Silver and the heart is approximately
1" by 1" and has a clear
backing. Charms vary in size but are generally around 1/4" (approx. 6-8 charms will fit in the heart).
Hearts and chains are finished with rhodium to prevent tarnishing.
These beautiful pendants allow you to insert a variety of charms to make a fully customized necklace. There are initials, birthstones, and assorted gold and silver charms that can be inserted.
What is in Your Heart? products are made from Sterling Silver or 14kt Gold; with select charms decorated with Cubic Zirconia (CZ) or enamel colors.
Enamel charms are made with 14kt Gold plating.
CZs are jeweler set and not glued.
Silver Chains come in 16, 18 and 20 inches.
Silver Chain with CZ is adjustable from 16” to 18” lengths.
to care for your
What's in Your Heart?
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- You should not get the heart wet. No showering or swimming with
it. It is a beautiful and delicate piece and it is not water resistant.
- Perfume should not be sprayed directly on the heart.
- Please do not drop the heart
pendant. If it is dropped, the glass could break.
- To clean the heard, use a small amount of silver polish on the silver portion, and carefully apply Windex to the glass portion.
- If you need to change or add any
charms you must come back to an authorized What is in Your Heart? ™ dealer. You
can change it yourself if you have a very small screwdriver, but the pendant
will no longer be under the Manufacturer's warranty.
- If you do decide to open your
heart pendant, please remember to add the chain before you close the heart.
Please make sure the screw goes all the way into the heart, and that you do not strip the screw.
When you close the heart, please press the metal, not the glass. The heart must close completely.
Also, check the charms to make sure they are facing the right way before you insert the screw.