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Rarities Fine Jewelry with Carol Brodie Black Spinel and Labradorite Vermeil 36" Necklace

Appraised value: $360.00
S&H: $6.21
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Rarities: Fine Jewelry with Carol Brodie Black Spinel and Labradorite Vermeil Necklace
Laced with sophistication this piece provides unparalleled elegance. The mystifying black spinel beads in this necklace lead to stations of cool labradorite stones, they're the perfect combination for just about anything in your closet. Embrace the endless possibilities.

Design Information

  • Necklace features black spinel beads with stations of bezel-set, freeform-shaped labradorites

Good to Know
  • Due to the composition and natural properties of mined gemstones, the product image may show slight differences to the actual stone in color saturation, tone, hue or other gemstone characteristics such as phenomena, color banding and color matrix.
  • Gemstones and pearls are sometimes treated to enhance their natural beauty. To learn more and find out about care instructions see details.

Customer Reviews

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This is a sexy necklace! I ordered this December 20th and the wire wrapping has stayed put and has not snagged on any of my clothing. Mine has color

Most Recent

I have purchased costume jewelry that was better quality. The gold was cheap and brassy, and the chain kinked terribly.

Rarities Fine Jewelry with Carol Brodie

Rarities Fine Jewelry with Carol Brodie

Discover your personal invitation to the world of refined jewelry. Renowned jewelry connoisseur Carol Brodie presents Rarities, a collection of new designs and reinterpretations of iconic classics that easily integrate into every woman’s wardrobe. From the essentials to the noteworthy, each piece speaks the language of luxury. Welcome to this special engagement.

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