Product Description - Sterling Silver Colorado Charm
Coloradans love their Centennial State. Wear this Sterling Silver Colorado Charm and let the world know of your love for Colorado. Colorado means colored red and it is known as the Centennial State. On August 1st, 1876 Colorado became a state. Katherine Lee Bates wrote America the Beautiful after being inspired by the View from Pikes Peak. Colorado got its name from Spanish explorers. they named the river that ran through the Colorado, which means colored red. They called it this because it muddy,red hue. Colorado got it nickname, the Centennial State because it became a state when the United State turned a hundred years old. Colorado is the only State to turn down to host the Olympics. The Great Sand Dunes is home to the largest dune in North America. The Sterling Silver Colorado Charm would make a wonderful souvenir if you have ever been to Colorado. The Sterling Silver Colorado Charm would make a great center pierce on a bracelet or necklace. If you have daughter, niece or cousin who is studying abroad, then this will be a perfect piece of home, that they can always carry with them.
Made in the USA
Material: .925 Sterling Silver
Width: 5/8″ or 16mm
Height: 1/2″ or 13mm
Gram Weight: 3.1
Includes a jump ring to attach the charm to your bracelet (not pictured)