Polska Walczaca Anchor 1944 Silver Pendant with Gold Plating
A distinctive pendant made in the form of a dog tag. The obverse features the symbol of Fighting Poland (Polska Walczaca) and the white and red flag motif. The whole thing is completed by the date of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising - August 1, 1944. The reverse shows the Coat of Arms of Poland with the flag. The whole pendant is made of 925 sterling silver, and the individual elements have been additionally covered with 24 carat gold. Please note that the gold coating is prone to abrasion over time.
- Pendant made of .925 proof silver
- Covered partially with 24 carat gold (prone to abrasion over time)
- The height of pendant (including the eye) is approx. 55 mm (2.2")
- The weight of pendant is approx. 35g
- Packaged in an aesthetic jewelry box
- Made entirely in Poland
Pendant sold without a chain, but can be purchased separately.
HOW TO CARE FOR SILVER?
Silver is poorly resistant to scratches and darkens over time, losing its natural shine. Fortunately, it's easy to remedy. Spray it with glass cleaner and scrub with a soft brush (children's toothbrush), then polish with a cotton cloth.
You will restore silver to its former glow by using ... ketchup! Soak your favorite silver jewelry in it for a few minutes, then rinse and dry it thoroughly. The effect will surprise you!
A thick paste prepared with 1/4 cup of baking soda and two tablespoons of water will also help remove stubborn dirt. Apply it on a soft sponge and gently scrub the surface of the jewelry. Wash it in warm water and wipe it with a dry cloth. Ready!