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Paper Chain Necklace


By Gem Bazaar Jewellery


Product Details

A delicate yet bold gold necklace that can be worn many ways.

The paper chain necklace has hammered, linking, narrow gold ovals of wire and is fastened with a toggle. At full extension it falls below the collar bone, but it can be worn by placing the toggle further up the chain. Obviously the toggle can be worn front or back.

The metal is recycled brass with one micron of recycled 18k gold vermeil so the gold should last well. The reason we use brass on some of our peices is that should the vermeil begin to wear off it will not show so much on brass and give your necklace a long life of wear.

This piece is very on trend right now.

All Gem Bazaar jewellery comes in a handsome, branded, recycled and recyclable box.
Be carefull not to get perfume near the gold as it may affect it.
Eventually all gold vermeil will wear off and the more it is worn, the more quickly this will happen. owever this is one full micron of gold so it should last well.

Made in: India

The necklace is 47cm long.
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