Multi Strand Necklace Beaded Silver and Seafoam

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You love the layered look and this multi strand necklace helps you achieve that look effortlessly.

Sometimes you don't want to figure out which of your necklaces play well together. This beaded chain necklace solves the riddle by being one necklace with the layered look.  A graceful necklace that puts you in style even when you wear a simple tee and jeans but is just as fitting when wearing a pretty dress.

• Approximately 20 inches long

• Vintage style filigree connectors, antique silver color and .995 Fine Silver plated brass

• Fine textured antique silver chain, .995 Fine Silver plated brass for connectors 

• Lobster clasp,  antique silver color

• 1 Layer: Antique Imitation Rhodium crimped link and rolo brass chain

• 1 Layer: Creamy pearl beaded rosary chain

• 1 Layer: Shimmery seafoam faceted beaded rosary chain

• Lead and nickel free 

If you are gift shopping this layered necklace is beautifully versatile, whether it's a necklace for a wife, your best friend. It makes a lovely necklace for the mother of the bride. 

Your multi strand necklace arrives in a free gift box tied up in ribbon.

Measuring for Good Jewelry Fit

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How to Measure for a Bracelet or Necklace

Measuring for a Bracelet

Measure your wrist with a flexible tape measure or a strip of paper just above the wrist bone, where you would normally wear the bracelet. If you use a plain strip of paper, make a mark with a pen or pencil. You can then use a ruler to measure the marked length. That would be your wrist size.

If you prefer a snug fit add 1/4" - 1/2" to your wrist size. For a little more of a comfort fit add approximately 3/4" - 1". If you like your bracelets really loose with lots of movement add about 1 1/4". It really is all about personal preference.

 Measuring for a Necklace

Necklace length is truly a personal preference. Lengths pictured here are guidelines for illustrative purposes offer you a visual idea of where a necklace might lie.

Body build will make a difference in where a necklace will fall. The best way to determine where the length of a necklace will fall on you is to measure. It is very easy. Grab a soft tape measure (like used in dressmaking), and stand in front of a mirror. Wrap the tape measure around the back of your neck and find the lengths in front that you like best. No tape measure? No problem. Use something like a string or piece of ribbon, wrap it across the back of your neck and down your front where you want it to hang. Continue to hold on to one end for marking and use a ruler or tape measure and measure from your finger to the end.