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A dazzling string of faceted baubles romance their way across your neckline.
- Lobster clasp
- Glass, acrylic, 14k gold plated brass, wax
- 1.5" bib
- Style #: 24610099
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby RachelMcAdams GORGEOUS statement piece I'm so happy I was finally able to snag this necklace. It was love at first sight when I saw it on Anthros webpage and it's even prettier in person! The only difference I found was that the 2 stones that seem to be a pink hue are actually more purple/pinkish grey in real life. This is a total non-issue for me though because I actually like it more than the picture online. It pairs well with so many different colored tops! April 20, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby jordanmoye elegant and orignal i was nervous when i ordered this necklace due to the previous reviews mentioning it looked "cheap and gaudy", however i was pleasantly surprised! the stones lay nicely on my chest, and yes the gold embellishments are a bit bright, but look perfect against tanned summer skin and add a nice glow to every outfit. i'm excited to wear this all summer! and for the price, when most anthro statement jewelry is much more, it is a steal! overall, i'm very pleased! June 12, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5┬áby twocentsworth Better online than in person I loved this online so I ordered it. I just received it today and I am so disappointed. The concept and design are nice but it is really cheap and tawdry looking in person. The dark brown 'stones' and metallic gold stones are hollow plastic that has been coated with paint. Clearly this is going to scratch/wear off and look rubbish very quickly. This is the kind of necklace I've be happy to pay $15-$20 for not $58. The metal is really light and flimsy. I feel like one quick tug would snap the links in this necklace. All in all, this is not the quality and craftsmanship that I would expect from an Anthropologie product. This was my first jewellery purchase from this store and I won't be risking it again. The worst part is that I am not in the US and am not paying $$$ to send this piece of rubbish back to Anthropologie. May 4, 2012