J326342

Gemstone Sterling Silver Adjustable Tennis Necklace 10.50 cttw

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Description
A stylish swing for your accessory collection. Lined with round, prong-set gemstones set in sterling silver, this gorgeous tennis necklace is a hit every time you wear it. A polished bead station allows you to adjust the box chain for the perfect fit.

Amethyst, Citrine, London Blue Topaz, Peridot, or Rhodolite.

  • Sterling silver
  • Total gemstone weights are approximate: Amethyst/Citrine 10.50 carats; London Blue Topaz 13.00 carats; Peridot 13.25 carats; Rhodolite 14.00 carats
  • Tennis necklace design with prong-set, round gemstones; bead at the end of chain; polished bead station allows for adjustable length
  • Lobster claw clasp
  • Measures approximately 22-1/2"L x 1/8"W
  • Imported

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Reviews & Community QA

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by HALF A TENNIS NECKLACE We're going to call this a half a tennis necklace because the stones don't go all the way around. The adjustable length is a waste of silver. It doesn't stay where you adjust it to. It slides lower. It flips over. The purpose of a "tennis necklace" is to wear it close to the neck line not like a strand of beads. The stones are smaller but not as small as I expected. They were beautiful and well matched. I'll give it that but it didn't lay well. The whole slide mechanism is gimmick that serves no use. It ruined the necklace.17inchs and a clasp is all I needed. I have been wanting a citrine tennis necklace for years. I really wanted to like this but I couldn't send it back fast enough....half a tennis necklace with a useless gimmick. Definitely not worth the sales price. I wouldn't take it for free. 07-21-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by Pretty but flips over I have been waiting for this necklace with much anticipation. During one of the presentations the host mentioned if the necklace flipped that you had it on the wrong way. I kept switching the necklace but no matter what as soon as I moved at least one side would flip. It was a great idea but poor execution. Maybe it would have been better without a clasp so that it could lie flatter. 08-25-15
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