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Mark Loren offers free Harley Davidson with custom Viking-era diamond pendant purchase

close up of Viking era diamond pendant necklace

Special Father’s Day package offers something unique for him, and for her

Mark Loren Designs - Custom Viking-Era Diamond Pendant

Mark Loren Designs is offering a unique opportunity to own a piece of history, and to ride away on Mark Loren’s very own motorcycle, a 2005 Road King Harley Davidson.

Available now through Father’s Day, the one-of-a-kind pendant frames a 1.42 carat fine, pear-shaped diamond in an ancient Viking Era bronze Fibula (forerunner to the modern safety pin) from approximately 1,000AD, with a rare image of two love birds at the top and a pave diamond pendant loop. Hand-signed by Mark Loren, the piece is hand fabricated in 14-karat yellow and white gold and is available at Mark Loren Designs for $14,500.

Mark Loren with 2005 Road King Harley Davidson

Loren’s Road King Harley is black-on-black with custom seat, new extra-wide whitewall tires, and includes a luggage rack, navigation computer and clutch-ease package. The bike is valued at $10,000.

“The ancient Viking-era piece is truly one-of-a-kind and in the spirit of Father’s Day, I wanted to offer a sweet deal for dad too,” said Mark Loren, owner and founder of Mark Loren Designs.

Loren is nationally known for offering unique and rare gemstones, innovative diamond rings, exceptional engagement and wedding bands and expert jewelry design and repair; all services are done on-site at the Fort Myers and Naples gallery locations. From celebrities to clients who appreciate wearing exclusive jewelry designs, Mark Loren Designs assures the finest one-of-a-kind sentimental jewelry pieces for lasting enjoyment. For more information, visit www.marklorendesigns.com.

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