Named after Mildred Didrikson Zaharias, known as “Babe,” she played her way into national fame in 1932, when she entered the U.S. women’s track and field championship as the sole member of her team. Despite competing in team events alone, she won five events and the overall championship. In 1932 she went to Los Angeles Olympics where she took home three medals—one silver and two gold. Talk about a STAR!
It's sturdy but should be handled with care. Lightweight.
Every piece of Something Bold jewelry is made by hand. No two pieces are identical - variations make each piece an original work of art.