• 2 Candy Canes Necklace 1467
  • 2 Candy Canes Necklace 1467
  • 2 Candy Canes Necklace 1467
  • 2 Candy Canes Necklace 1467
  • 2 Candy Canes Necklace 1467

Candy Canes Tied in a Bow Necklace 1467

$15.00

Candy Canes Tied in a Bow Necklace However, the first historical mention to the iconic cane shape is from 1670. The sugar-sticks were first bent into the shape of canes to depict a shepherd’s staff by the choirmaster at Cologne Cathedral in Germany. During the lengthy nativity rituals, the all-white candy canes were subsequently distributed to the children.

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Candy Canes Tied in a Bow Necklace However, the first historical mention to the iconic cane shape is from 1670. The sugar-sticks were first bent into the shape of canes to depict a shepherd’s staff by the choirmaster at Cologne Cathedral in Germany. During the lengthy nativity rituals, the all-white candy canes were subsequently distributed to the children.

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  • .75 x.75 inches (1.9 cm x 1.9 cm)
  • 18 inch (45 cm) silvertone chain
  • 2 inch (5 cm) extender chain
  • adjustable to 20 inches (51 cm)
  • Closes lobster claw clasp
  • Handcrafted necklace.

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Silvertone pendant and base metal, nickel free. The chain is base metal and nickel free.

Additional information

Weight2 oz
Dimensions5 × 3 × 1 in

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