Antiqued brass-clad curb chain and Rex medallion reproduced from one found in France. The medallion was created for a clothier in Selestat; a town in central Alsace. A royal residence during the Carolinian dynasty, it became a free town in the 13th century. Adorning the image of Louis XIV and the title Rex Christianissimus, which was the hereditary and exclusive title given the Kings of France by the Catholic church. 16 long, toggle clasp. Made in the U.S.A.