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Tanlah Chain
A 14 karat solid gold Tanlah Chain Close up view of a model's neck wearing a yellow gold Tanlah Chain Three versions of the Tanlah Chain shown in options of rose, yellow, and white gold Close up view of the Tanlah Chains links and lobster claw clasp
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Tanlah Chain

Solid 14k Gold
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review



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The Deets

“The Tanlah collection is inspired by my indigenous roots in the Chuvash Culture. Tanlah means equality, and the shape is inspired by traditional Chuvash symbols for duality, good and evil, life and death and helping one another." - AL, founder of Automic Gold

A unique, handmade link chain with a beautiful meaning, this 14k solid gold Tanlah chain is a perfect geometric jewelry piece that can be worn everyday. Wear it as a layering necklace with our Tanlah Cable Necklace. Each link is 0.7mm thick.

Each Tanlah link is 13mm in width
Chain is 3mm thick
Lobster lock
Solid 14k gold (what is karat?)
Gold source
100% Certified recycled gold
In house in New York
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I have always wanted a gold chain that was substantial, and that would be visible wearing out at night. I looked all over the internet for something cheaper that I could get instead of this. Nope, it had to be this one, and it had to be 20". I self-gifted it for my 40th birthday with no regrets! It's absolutely beautiful, and I wear it constantly. The clasp is so small that it blends in with the chain links, which is a nice touch (but I never have trouble finding it when I need to).

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