Vintage 14k Gold San Francisco Cable Car Charm Pendant

Cable cars were invented in 1873, in San Francisco by Andrew Smith Hallidie. These cars were the most popular way to get around for more than three decades. Today, San Francisco’s cable cars are one of two National Historic Landmarks that move. The cable car system survived the earthquake and fires of 1906, both world wars, and outlasted multiple political attempts to have them removed. They underwent a comprehensive rebuilding in the 1970s that cost $60 million.

This adorable gold cable car charm was handcrafted in San Francisco in 14 karat gold. It measures 17.5 x 17.5 x 12.2 mm and weighs 5.4 grams. This pendant charm bears the gold purity hallmark, “14k”, the origin mark, “SAN FRANCISCO”, and the identifying word, “CABLE CAR”.

This fantastic little charm is essential to your charm bracelet if you’ve ever been on a cable car or visited the wonderful city of San Francisco.

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Item ID: CM0218006VR

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