Silver Labrador Retriever Charm

Lab Dog Charm Sitting Labrador Retriever Sterling Silver

November 17, 2013 – 11:49 am

Starter Bracelet · Italian

This sterling silver dog breed charm shows a sitting Labrador Retriever, the perfect choice for a Lab enthusiast, owner or breeder! The charm is solid and three-dimensional and measures approximately 19mm tall, 17mm wide and 10mm deep.

Material: solid .925 sterling silver
Size (mm): 19mm tall, 17mm wide and 10mm deep
Size (inches): about 3/4" tall, 5/8" wide and 3/8" deep
Made in the USA

Please note that the charm measurements do not include the length of any removable attachments. These will vary some, but a jump ring or split ring would add about 4mm (1/8") onto the overall length, a lobster clasp about 10mm (3/8"), and a large hole bead about 13mm (1/2").

Attachment options:
Select an attachment for this charm! All are solid .925 sterling silver. If you're not sure which one you need, choose the jump ring. To see samples of the different attachments offered, please refer to the last photo in this listing.

NONE ADDED: no attachment will be added for you. To put the charm on your jewelry, you will need to add your own attachment later, such as a jump ring. The closed loop (usually at the very top) of a charm is permanent and will still be on the charm! If you're not sure what I'm referring to, look at the last picture in this listing. Each of the sample size charms have their permanent closed loop at the top, those will not be removed. In that same picture, you can see how the different attachment options need to be inserted through that loop, and only then can the charm be added to jewelry.

JUMP RING (most popular): slide your charm onto a necklace chain or attach it to a traditional chain style charm bracelet with this option. A jump ring can be opened and closed with pliers. While you don't have to, you could have a jeweler permanently solder the jump ring shut after it's on your bracelet for maximum security. I use a sturdy 18 or 19 gauge jump ring, the 18 whenever possible and the 19 on charms with smaller loops (most common with miniature charms).

SPLIT RING: some people prefer a split ring when attaching a charm to a bracelet. A split ring is similar to a jump ring, but has a double loop like a keychain. I use a 6mm split ring on all charms that will fit one, and smaller rings when necessary.

LOBSTER CLASP: people who like to change their charms frequently may prefer this option, as you can quickly clip it on and off your jewelry. I use a small 9mm lobster clasp for these. As this is a smaller clasp, it will fit on many traditional chain style bracelets, but not on thick or European style chains.


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There is no such thing as a Silver Lab.

Terms such as "golden", "silver", "blue", "white" or "grey" as variants are not recognised. The term "Golden Labrador" has been used both as an incorrect term for yellow labradors of a golden shade,[26] and also for any Labrador-Golden Retriever crossbreed of any colour, including black.[27] White is a light shade of yellow (officially referred to as 'light cream' or 'pale yellow' in the standard),[10][28][29] and silver is either not recognised or registered as chocolate (though regarded as a major fault and not up to confirmation).[20][10] Claims that some "rare" variants exist or have been verified by DNA testing, or the like, are widely considered to be a 'scam'.[10][30]

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