Get Back Supply Co Medium Saint Christopher Surf Medal Pendant Necklace White/Royal Blue WH/RB by Get Back Supply Co at Average Adventures. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. St. Christopher is widely known as the Patron Saint of Travel. This iconic medal was worn in the 60's by surfers and adventurers, commonly thought of
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St. Christopher is widely known as the Patron Saint of Travel. This iconic medal was worn in the 60's by surfers and adventurers, commonly thought of as a good luck charm. Guys and Girls would exchange them as a symbol of "going steady". Medium and Large size feature a stamped surfer back (as pictured). Each silver plated pendant necklace includes an adjustable ball link chain and comes poly bagged with a story hangtag. Traditional brilliant hard enamel coloring. Crisp tooling ensures crystal clear lettering and detailed center.
Features & Highlights
- St Christopher medal pendant patron of travel original design
- Traditional brilliant hand enamel coloring
- 24" Adjustable ball chain included
- Crisp tooling ensures crystal clear lettering and detailed center
- 3/4" dime size medal
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