DANNIJO Malawi Necklace
  • Panacea Metallic Beaded Collar Necklace
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    PanaceaMetallic Beaded Collar NecklaceDetailsFaceted crystals.Silvertone hardware.Lobster clasp.16"L.Designer About Panacea Fashion Accessories:Defined in the dictionary as "a solution for all," Panacea specializes in fashion-forward jewelry for every occasion. Design teams in Dallas, Texas; New York City, New York; and Bangkok, Thailand create everyday and special occasion pieces using colorful materials and handmade techniques. Look for crystal statement necklaces, beaded collars and bibs, dangling earrings, and everyday wrap bracelets to add just the right finishing touch to your look.
  • Iosselliani Statement Collar Necklace - Brass/Blue
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    A striking Iosselliani collar necklace with a bold, Egyptian inspired feel. Brilliant, painted stones dot the tube beaded bib, and bright, two tone crystals form a shimmering edge. Lobster claw clasp. 18k gold plate. Made in Italy. MEASUREMENTS Length: 17in / 43cm. Available sizes: One Size
  • Adia Kibur Tribal Statement Necklace - Gold/Turquoise
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    This Adia Kibur necklace takes a mixed media approach to tribal style. Wrapped cords anchor the layered bib, made from cutout charms and faux turquoise spikes. Adjustable length and lobster claw clasp. Imported, China. Measurements Length: 16 18in / 40.5 45.5cm. Available sizes: One Size
  • Lucky Brand "Cleobella" Perforated Collar Necklace, 32"
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    Earthy yet elegant, this Lucky Brand necklace features a three-station bib crafted from antiqued metal decorated with turquoise-color beads and an elaborate cutout design. Lobster-claw clasp Imported
  • Oscar de la Renta Basketweave Collar Necklace - Gold
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    Oscar de la RentaBasketweave Collar NecklaceDetailsYellow golden pewter and brass.Basketweave motif.Chain necklace.Approximately 17"L.Bib, 2 1/2"W.Lobster clasp with logo charm.Made in USA.Designer About Oscar de la Renta:After apprenticing at Balenciaga in Spain and at Lanvin in Paris, Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta launched his own eponymous line in 1965. His refined, ladylike looks have garnered many awards, including one in 1990 for Lifetime Achievement. In 1998, he launched a successful line of lingerie and his momentum shows no signs of waning with the collections of eyewear, fragrance, home decor, handbags, and shoes.
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