FOUNDED IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA – Get Back Necklaces is a family owned and operated brand out of San Diego, CA since 1998. AUTHENTICITY – 70’s style St. Christopher surfer necklace. “Get Back” stamp ensures it’s an Authentic made by Get Back Necklaces.
How long does get back necklaces take to deliver?
We strive to ship your new Get Back package ASAP, so we typically ship within 1-2 business days.
Are get back necklaces religious?
Followers of the Catholic faith wear St. Christopher medals to show their devotion to the saint and for protection during travels. But you don’t have to be Catholic to take part in this tradition! The necklaces have come to represent adventure and overcoming obstacles, and are worn as a talisman for safety.
Can get back necklaces get wet?
Our necklaces are sweatproof and waterproof. Rinse with fresh water and pat dry after to keep your necklace lasting as long as possible.
Does get back necklaces ship to Canada?
Please note that customs fees may apply and are not included in the shipping cost.
|Shipping Destination||Cost||Shipping Estimate|
|United States||$5-8||4-6 days + 1-2 days processing|
|Canada||$12-16||1-4 weeks + 1-2 days processing|
What does St Benedict represent?
St. Benedict was a religious reformer who lived in Italy in the late 400s and early 500s. He is known as the “father of Western monasticism,” having established a Rule that would become the norm for innumerable Christian monks and nuns. He is the patron saint of Europe.
What is the meaning of get back necklaces?
TRADITION – The protector of travel over land & sea. Worn for good luck and exchanged as a symbol of “goin’ steady” back in the day. FOUNDED IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA – Get Back Necklaces is a family owned and operated brand out of San Diego, CA since 1998.
Why is Saint Christopher not a saint anymore?
Among Catholicism’s most popular saints, Christopher was listed as a martyr. Legend had it he carried a child who grew increasingly heavy across a river — the child was supposed to be carrying the weight of God. But there wasn’t enough historical evidence the man ever existed, so Pope Paul VI dropped him.
How do I unclasp a necklace?
A flat side should face you, and your thumb and finger should hold both narrow sides. Hold the clasp and squeeze the narrow sides, where your fingers are, as shown above. As you’re doing this, push the hook end back into the fish until you feel it loosen, and then pull it out.