Dimensions 0.62" by 0.31" and 0.31"
Metal  .925 silver
Gender  Woman
A beautiful charm made in silver that represents one of the most representative buildings in Mexico. The Torre Latinoamericana was built in 1956 and up until 1972, was the tallest building in the city. Measuring 181 meters tall, with 44 stories, it is still an iconic landmark today.

A catalogue of beautiful designs that represent many of the things that characterize our country, these charms both unite Mexicans and seduce foreigners alike. These unique charms can be attached and combined to necklaces and bracelets in order to create an infinite choice of experiences being worn by the owner.

TANE is proud to be the first-ever Latin American brand named Officially Certified Member of the Responsible Jewelry Council.

TANE operates with ethical, social and environmental responsibility, leading change and building trust.
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