Heidi Daus "Queen of the Sea" Beaded Crystal and Enamel Drop Necklace
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Overview & Details
See seashells by the seashore in this beautiful, coastal-inspired necklace from Heidi Daus. Adorned with bright, colorful crystals and creamy enamel accents, the maritime design gives your warm-weather looks a stylish sparkle even mermaids will be envious of.
- Single strand of individually knotted, faceted Pacific opal-color glass beads
- Linked drop features different types of seashells and starfish adorned with multi-sized, multi-shaped crystals
- Light purple and ivory-colored enamel accents
- This piece contains white opal-, chrysolite-, golden shadow-, Pacific opal- and light amethyst-color crystals
Good to Know
|Necklace Measurements:||Approx. 17"L x 1/2"W with 3-1/2" extender|
|Drop Measurements:||Approx. 1/2"L x 6-1/2"W|
|Findings:||Hook closure with bead on end of extender|
|Finish:||Polished, oxidized, textured|
|Country of Origin:||China|
|Warranty:||Manufacturer's lifetime limited|
A true "STAR"fish!
I'm from St. Simon's Island area and when I first saw this necklace, I said I had to have it! I bought the necklace, bracelet and earrings. Beautiful! It's too late in the season to wear now, but I can't wait until next summer! Will look great with all my beach pastel colors!Patches02, GAWas this review helpful? 0 out of 0 found this review helpful
Love of the Sea!
Oh Heidi, you out did yourself again! LOVE these beautiful colors, the beads are beautiful! Don't wait get this while you can, it will not disappoint you!Loveforjewelry, ILWas this review helpful? 1 out of 1 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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