10k Gold Dyed Freshwater Cultured Pearl Station Necklace
  • Marc by Marc Jacobs Marquis Palm Station Necklace
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    Give your outfit a tropical twist with this charming necklace from Marc by Marc Jacobs. This sweet and simple gold chain has swinging palm tree pendants in various shades of green - the perfect gift. Clasp fastening. Material: Gold-toned brass, Epoxy resin. Length of chain approx. 78cm-30.75"
  • Devon Leigh Pink Sunstone Station Necklace - Light Pink/Gold
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    Devon LeighPink Sunstone Station NecklaceDetails18-karat yellow gold plate.Double-link rolo chain necklace.Pink sunstone stations.Sunstones, 1 1/4" diameter.Necklace, 32"L.Slip-on style.Made in USA.Designer About Devon Leigh:Winner of the Dallas Fashion Award and Rising Star Award nominee, Los Angeles native Devon Leigh Sedlacek's work combines a modern mix of natural semiprecious stones and subtly detailed, rich metals. Continually evolving, the Devon Leigh collection features one-of-a-kind edgy designs that reflect the current fashion landscape and her own innate vision.
  • Honora "Tuxedo" Freshwater Cultured Pearl Tin Cup Necklace, 18"
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    A warm array of pearl luster adds feminine elegance to any look. Layer this stationed necklace by Honora's Tuxedo collection with classic chains from your collection - this piece is stylish and versatile.
  • Honora "Tuxedo" Freshwater Cultured Pearl Tin Cup Necklace, 17"
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    A warm array of pearl luster adds feminine elegance to any look. Layer this stationed necklace by Honora's Tuxedo collection with classic chains from your collection - this piece is stylish and versatile.
  • Roberto Coin Rose Gold Diamond Station Necklace - Rose Gold
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    Roberto CoinRose Gold Diamond Station NecklaceDetails18-karat solid rose gold.Five, round bezel-set diamond stations.Cable chain necklace.Roberto Coin signature hidden 0.3 carat ruby.0.23 total diamond carat weight.Necklace, 16-18"L.Lobster clasp.Designer About Roberto Coin:Since founding his own company in 1977, Roberto Coin has rightfully gained fame as a tireless innovator, most notably for pioneering the use of three-color gold in 1978. His jewelry seems to capture the fluidity of his amphibious hometown, Venice-forms and shapes meld, creating a sense of wholeness, the distinction between the timeless and the modern ever-blurred. Perpetually reinventing his personal style, Roberto Coin produces more than 600 unique jewelry models annually. Each piece includes a hidden 0.3 carat ruby, a signature of the designer.
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