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What is a journey pendant?

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A journey pendant is a style of pendant that reflects a journey. It can represent journeys that are underway or completed and journeys that are soon to start.

Journey pendants are popular choices for young couples, symbolizing the love they have for one another and the life they are aiming to have together, notes PrimeStyle.com. They are also quite popular with older couples who use the pendant to represent the life they have lived together and all of the things they have gone through, both good and bad. Journey pendants have a variety of different designs, but most utilize the five-stone or seven-stone base combination.

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