Rated 1.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 2 out of 5 by Zannick Teeny Tiny
Nice but too much money for such
a tiny charm. If price drops. ..may
Be worth it....
Rated 2 out of 5 by Joanne-from NY Over Rated
As the diamonds might be nice, the silver that the diamonds are in is cheap feeling and light. Not worth the price. You can find the paw print in dept. stores for less. I found a 14kt gold paw print with diamonds for less and a heavier metal weight.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Yooper Get out your magnifying glass.
I expected small and even took out a ruler before purchasing but I never expected to have it be so small that I was hardly able to find it in the bag.
And, while we're at it, this Argyle Collection deserves better packaging and a statement of authenticity at the prices they are charging. It's simply unacceptable to plop the ring (big one, supposedly, that I bought) into a brown bag and slap it into a QVC box. No, I would at least expect an Argyle box. Joan Rivers does!!!
Anyway, if you have $225 to throw away and want to get something for a two year old this is your way to go.
The chain is a disgrace. I didn't know they could make them this thin. This would break so easily. And the clasp is unforgivable. It's impossible to open and then it sticks and doesn't slide right.
But, to top it off, the bale that was sold so hard on the presentation is so tiny that even my smallest silver chain could not go through and certainly no lobster clasp would.
I'm SO disappointed in this because I really was hoping to have this as a remembrance gift to myself in honor of my late husband.
Don't buy this unless you like teensy jewelry that looks like it came out of a cracker jack box.
I'm giving it one star only because the diamonds did sparkle more than the ridiculous $1200 ring did.
Back to the workshop for this line. Seriously.