Providing a bespoke service for the travel obsessed, The Token Hunter combines vintage maps, flags and laser cut locations to capture special memories of worldwide destinations, near and far.
This Personalised Travel Map & Memory Charm celebrates the heart and soul of your favourite people and places, simply note your chosen location at check out.
The pendant sits on a microfiber suede cord necklace approximately 90cm long, complete with an adjustable knot allowing you to alter to your chosen length. Sterling Silver Chains are available on request.
All maps are original and unique in age, colour and scale, preserved forever in the charm of your choice. With this in mind, please note that the products photographed here are for promotional use and will not represent an exact match of the design that you purchase. Each token is handmade to order and slight variations in shape and smoothness may occur.
Please be mindful when selecting photos for your charm as these will be edited to fit a circular / heart shaped setting. We recommend using images where the subject is centered so people aren't cropped out!
Please send a high quality copy of your chosen photograph via email after placing your order to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All purchases are beautifully presented in packaging that reveals travel quotes, vintage maps and coordinate details with pops of pastel colour. The perfect gift for a loved one or a keepsake for yourself!
Cabochon Size: 20mm
Colour: Silver or Rose Gold
Lead & Nickel Free
Personalised Travel Map & Memory Charm: Destination / Photo Charm
Due to the handcrafted nature of each charm, please avoid wearing whilst showering, sunbathing, swimming and sleeping.
If the location you require isn’t already in our collection we may have to source a map. We will always let you know of any potential delays when we receive your order.
Please remember that modern tourist names are not always marked in vintage cartography, specific buildings may not appear and many contemporary resorts hadn’t been built when the original maps in our archives were created.