Aquila Necklace

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Deceptive picture Ok, there's no way you'd know this from the picture, but when the two pendants hang, they face in opposite directions. So when you wear it, one bird is facing out and the other faces in. It's annoying. I wanted them both facing out, as in the picture. If you very closely examine the rings that attach the pendants to the chain, you can kind of see in the pictures that they face opposite directions. But who would think to look for that in the online picture?!? Boo, Anthropologie. Loyal customers feel less loyal when they feel misled. The chain is nice quality, the pendants are pretty and don't feel cheap at all. I'm just super miffed that they can't both face the same way. I may get some pliers and open/reclose one of the rings to turn one pendant around. I still recommend it because it's a good quality necklace, and I still really like the pendants; I've never seen anything like those. If the opposite-facing birds were part of the design, that's fine. I just think people should know exactly what they're getting, and I did not. That's Anthropologie's fault, not the necklace's or its designer's. January 6, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by cute necklace I bought this on sale and it's worth the sale price. I like the two birds. It's a simple little necklace. I'm glad I have it but it's not a favorite. It's just cute to wear once in awhile. January 27, 2014
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GOLD Style #:28956357 Taiwanese-American designer Jen Kao has built a repertoire of casually elegant and seductive designs since launching her debut namesake collection in 2006. We love the pair of etched thunderbirds adorning this golden pendant - they're a foolproof way to bolster basic tees. Aquila Necklace