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Clearwater Layered Necklace

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Clearwater Layered Necklace—an exquisite fusion of classic elegance and modern charm. This unique mixed necklace takes the timeless pearl necklace to a whole new level, making it the perfect complement to your romper or puff hem dress.


Length: 15.75" (longest chain), 12.625" (shortest chain)
Charm Size: 0.625" Toggle
Extender: 3" Ball Chain Extender
Clasp: Lobster Claw
Metal Finish: Gold Plated
Product: Lead & Nickel Compliant
Anti-Tarnish: Double E-coating

The Clearwater Layered Necklace is a refreshing twist on the classic pearl necklace. It boasts a multi-layered design, with the longest link chain adorned by lustrous pearls and the shortest herringbone chain adding a touch of contemporary flair.

The centerpiece of this necklace is the elegant 0.625" toggle charm, which not only adds a stylish focal point but also makes it easy to fasten and unfasten. The 3-inch ball chain extender allows you to adjust the length to suit your outfit and style preferences, ensuring a perfect fit every time.

Crafted with precision and plated in radiant gold, this necklace gleams with a luxurious finish that complements any ensemble. Whether you're dressing up for a special occasion or adding a touch of sophistication to your everyday look, the Clearwater Layered Necklace effortlessly enhances your style.

For peace of mind, this necklace is lead and nickel compliant, making it suitable for sensitive skin. The double E-coating provides an extra layer of protection against tarnishing, ensuring that this piece remains as stunning as the day you first wore it.

Rediscover the beauty of pearls with the Clearwater Layered Necklace—an emblem of timeless elegance and contemporary style. Whether worn as a standalone statement piece or paired with other necklaces, it's the perfect choice to add a touch of sophistication and grace to your jewelry collection. Elevate your style and make a statement with Clearwater today.