Kiwi Slang on Jewelry - The Stereo of That Boy Racer is Cranked Up
Kiwi Slang on Jewelry - The Stereo of That Boy Racer is Cranked Up
Kiwi Slang on Jewelry - The Stereo of That Boy Racer is Cranked Up
Kiwi Slang on Jewelry - The Stereo of That Boy Racer is Cranked Up
Kiwi Slang on Jewelry - The Stereo of That Boy Racer is Cranked Up
Kiwi Slang on Jewelry - The Stereo of That Boy Racer is Cranked Up

Pendant and Chain with Kiwi Slang on Jewelry - The Stereo of That Boy Racer is Cranked Up

$56.00
7600
Sterling Silver
No Yes

Kiwi Slang is sweet as; it is an expression of unique identity, it is part of the New Zealander Culture both historical and contemporary and should not disappear.

The usage of Kiwi Slang is not considered offensive; rather it is generally viewed as a symbol of pride and endearment for the people of New Zealand so visitors beware!

Whether you're an abroad Kiwi, or a New Zealand Newbie trying to figure out "what the heck everyone is talking about", we've created a pet lovers' collection of some of the sayings you should know.

Meaning the car radio of that guy is too loud.

This product can also be sold in Bulk to another price for B2B Customers. Contact Sylvie

General Information

 

  • It has an incredible shine that you will love every time that you look at it.
  • Charm is 1in (24mm), with a 18in(48cm) curb chain and 2in(5cm) extension.
  • Of course, all jewelry is nickel and lead free and will not give any allergic reaction.
  • For the sterling silver version, the charms & chains are solid 925 sterling silver.

 

Shipping Information

 

  • It takes 3 to 5 business days to make this product.
  • Shipping costs $4.00 (US) / $5.00 (international) per order.
  • Products are fulfilled in the EU or US depending on your location and availability.