Heidi Daus "Queen of Siam" Beaded Tassel Drop Necklace with Crystal Accents
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Overview & Details
Let's address the elephant in the room — you and your showstopping, can't-be-ignored jewels. This bold, pachyderm-inspired necklace feature a sparkle-loaded design that makes sure all eyes are on you.
- Single strand of individually knotted, large, smooth jet-color glass beads
- Dimensional elephant-designed drop
- Black enamel body and ivory-colored enamel tusks
- Ornate headdress and blanket covered with pavé-set, round multicolor crystals and turquoise-colored plastic beads
- Bezel-set, round turquoise-colored beads line the trunk in a graduated pattern
- Extended howdah (carriage) on top features a turquoise-color bead tip, pavé-set round crystals and textured metalwork detail
- Crystal-lined stripes on each leg
- Beaded tassel link charm at the bottom under a black enamel and crystal-accented cap
- Each strand features a crystal-lined rondelle station and turquoise-colored bead end cap
- This piece contains clear, ruby-, olivine-, amethyst-, topaz-, light smoked topaz-, Montana- and black diamond-color crystals
Good to Know
|Necklace Measurements:||Approx. 18"L x 1/2"W with 3-1/2" extender|
|Drop Measurements:||Approx. 7"L x 3-1/4"W|
|Findings:||Hook closure with bead on end of extender|
|Finish:||Textured, oxidized, polished|
|Country of Origin:||China|
|Warranty:||Manufacturer's lifetime limited|
This piece is off the charts beautiful. Not to large, but not small either. I got the bracelet to match. This is a stunner for sure.noble13, TXWas this review helpful? 0 out of 0 found this review helpful
Timeless elegance and heirloom charm imbue these high-end, vintage-style jewelry pieces that offer distinct design and signature color. Each Heidi Daus creation is handcrafted for exceptional beauty, using such treasures as semi-precious stones, crystals and antique gold finishes. Cutting-edge technology combines metals, finishes and textures into antique reproductions and art-deco inspired pieces that are in a class by themselves.
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