This necklace design is only available in a Limited Edition of 9
Delicate simplicity at its best! This beautiful design looks wonderful worn alone or layered with your other favorite necklaces and is sure to become your new favorite everyday piece.
ELEMENTS: Antique Edwardian era pot metal and paste rhinestone link, vintage Sterling drop, 14KT gold filled chain with a Sterling Silver clasp. Length: 18" inches + 2" inch drop
One of a Kind
This stunning bracelet design started with a large, early 1900's antique French ladies shoe buckle covered with all its original pave rhinestones still in place. The oversized buckle is slightly curved to fit over the top of your wrist with ease and comfort and wears like a large cuff bracelet. The antique buckle measures 2.25" inches wide x 2" inches tall. The top of the buckle has been layered with a vintage rhinestone element for even more sparkle! The side chains were created with a mix of metals and textures for the perfect standout design. Gorgeous! One of a Kind..
SIZE: 7.5" inches with a secure toggle clasp. If you need a smaller or longer length, just leave a note in the comment box at checkout. Your bracelet can be resized for you at no extra charge.
One of a Kind
Beautiful classic design in this rosary inspired necklace! A vintage Sterling Silver cross graces the bottom of a vintage bronze rosary connector that features a Sacred Heart Jesus on one side and the Virgin Mary on the reverse. The side chains were created using a mix of vintage brasslinks, vintage Art Deco era crystal link chain, vintage Art Deco era Sterling Silver and Marcasite links and lengths of vintage watch chain. Beautiful worn alone or layered with your other favorite necklaces.
Adjustable from 18" to 21" inches
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