Rose Gold San Francisco Cable Car Charm Necklace
As seen on SMFTA.com, Cable cars were invented by Andrew Smith Hallidie in 1873. Hallidie's cable car system was based on early mining conveyance systems and dominated the city’s transit scene for more than 30 years. The cable cars survived the great San Francisco earthquake and fires of 1906 and political attempts to remove the cars from city steets in the late 1940s and 1950s to become the worldwide symbol of San Francisco that it is today. This San Francisco Cable Car Charm Necklace is crafted by the skilled Jewelers in Los Angeles, CA.
Available as pendant or necklace
Chain length available: 16", 18", 20" and 22"
Metal: Rose Gold | 10K and 14K
Weight: 1.70 grams (10k) | 2.00 grams (14k).
Pendant height (w/ bail): 1.00 inch
Pendant width: 0.75 inches
Made in USA.