The original TCB and TLC necklaces Elvis gave to friends and to his entourage were originally designed by him and Priscilla. In 1971, Lowell flew to Las Vegas on a Lear jet that Elvis had sent. During the visit, Elvis gave Lowell the project of making the TCB and TLC necklaces for him and they discussed some slight changes to the necklace. The point was too long and sharp, and the letters weren't arranged exactly like Elvis wanted. Lowell did a slight redesign of the necklace, and from that time on Lowell made all the necklaces for Elvis. Very few people received TCB necklaces - only close members of his entourage, or very close friends.
Now you can own one of these exclusive necklaces made from the original mold layered in sterling silver with a 24" rope chain.
To extend the life of your plated jewelry, individually store each piece in a pouch or soft cloth separate from other jewelry. Clean with a soft non-abrasive, lint free cloth and avoid contacting plated jewelry with sweat, chlorinated water, perfumes, hairsprays/gels, lotions, sanitizers, makeup, salt water, and acidic liquids such as tomato juice. Do not use liquid, paste or “dip” jewelry cleaners on your plated jewelry to avoid damaging the plated finish.