Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 2 out of 5 by Emmyem Nice but not for me.
This is a nice necklace but...maybe better for teens. The length is too short and I didn't like the clasp. Too much money for this piece!
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bamagirl LOVE this cute little necklace!
I was afraid I'd be disappointed in this necklace when I got it since all but one of the reviews weren't that crazy about it, but this is great for me! I put it on as soon as I took it out of the box (I was wearing my turquoise jewelry and this looked nice layered at the 15" size with my other pendant I had on. Mine looks better than the picture shown and I'm excited I can wear it as short as 15" or use the extender to wear it an inch or two longer. You can't beat this price! The ONLY thing I would change, and I'm not even sure how Carolyn could do it, unless she used a serpentine chain, but I'm afraid the fish line type strand, for lack of a better word, won't hold up? It just looks like it would eventually break and I'm sure it would be impossible to gather up all the tiny turquoise nuggets to re-string them. But it is a very pretty necklace, it's dainty and feminine, and in my opinion, just a little sexy at that almost choker style length, although for me a chocker would be about 14". You could see this necklace in any neckline. Carolyn I would love to have maybe a multi strand bracelet to match! Or a pretty coil bracelet. I cannot seem to find a turquoise bracelet to go with all my jewelry that I both like and can afford. I also am picky about prongs and it being set well. Seems like a lot of turquoise is glued in or with almost no prongs to hold it in. I want something that will last for years that I can wear on a daily basis without worrying the stones will fall out. I love your designs and the fact that they're made in AMERICA! Thank you!
Rated 4 out of 5 by Violet Q Nice Little Necklace
I've been wanting a shorter length turquoise necklace, & this suits me just fine. Only thing I don't like is the spring ring clasp; they should've used a lobster claw instead.