It is hard to build a life around the missing pieces of your heart. This necklace is a piece of remembrance that honors your loved one, reminds you of your happiest moments together, and is a symbol that celebrates their life.
The angel wings stay close to your heart, the way your love for your lost one and the times spent together will forever be close to you. With delicate, artisan crafted wing inlays, the inscription on the pendant lovingly reads » “Mom & Dad, Your Wings Were Ready But My Heart Was Not.”
A perfect way to show your love and concern for someone else or to have as a treasured keepsake for yourself.
Cherish your memories and they shall live in your heart forever.
Everlasting Angel keeps those you’ve lost close to your heart. This elegant necklace is a tribute to those gone, but not forgotten. The pendant bears the image of a pair of angel wings tenderly folded around a customizable inscription. Wear it around your neck, display it in your home, or offer it as a gift of condolence to someone mourning a loss.
Stunning Silver Steel – The Everlasting Angel pendant and chain are both made from high-quality, hand-polished stainless steel.
Handcrafted – The angel wings feature a raised feather pattern designed by our team of expert jewelers.
A Touching Sentiment – Select the person you want to commemorate. The necklace will feature a laser-engraved message: “His / Her wings were ready but my heart was not.”
Personalized – Select a name for your inscription: Mom, Dad, Daughter, Son, Brother, Sister, Grandma, Grandpa, Wife, or Husband.
Everlasting Angel Keeps the Memory of Your Loved
If you or someone you care about is suffering from a recent loss, Everlasting Angel is the perfect way to show your respect and honor their memory.
You can customize it for any relative, and it comes in a beautiful felt-lined gift box.
Last time I checked they were running a huge sale, so the price is even lower than usual, especially if you buy two or more. You can check if the discount is still available here.
Last Updated on November 24, 2020 by Scott Staffin