Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marti loves jewelry Beautiful Piece
This is a wow piece! I was even able to fit an enhancer in between the stones in the front. I will wear this beauty with and without an enhancer. It stands to attention all on its own.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BUNBUN Stunning
I purchased this and it exceeded my expectations. Awesome quality
The way the necklace is packed attests too to the fine quality
Rated 4 out of 5 by Northbay Shopper Down to Earth Chic
4 stars because of the price for this type of stone but my curiosity got the better of me so I ordered anyway. Bold but understated at the same time. Quite the contradiction and I think that's what I like about it. Chunky and just weighty enough to feel like it's a quality piece but the graduated stones make it a streamlined, comfortable fit. The rich, variegated, sand colors are very flattering against skin tone and are simple and elegant. The hint of Navajo pearls adds just enough Southwestern flair. Very versatile, looks great with denim and dressier tops/sweaters.
Rated 5 out of 5 by KentuckyWoman Absolutely Beautiful!
I ordered both options in this necklace. They are bold but in an elegant, sophisticated way. Both the picture jasper and magnesite are very neutral. The jasper is warm and rich and the magnesite is cool and brightens the face. I appreciate the 20 inch length and three inch extender. These necklaces are weighty but because of the graduated bead design they are super comfortable to wear. I love Carolyn's designs, choice of gemstones and quality. I look forward to wearing these necklaces for many years. I highly recommend this necklace. It's perfect!
Rated 5 out of 5 by ciygirl elegant simplicity
This is a very attractive and beautiful necklace-nothing flashy or showy about it and I mean that in a very good way. I ordered it in the tan color because I knew it would become a staple in my necklace collection and am not disappointed. The neutral color will work well with everything and will be spectacular layered with "Indian pearl" necklaces. Although I am a long time fan of what one might consider 'traditional' Native American jewelry using turquoise this necklace is a nice alternative and will work well with other basic pieces or on its own because it is substantial enough. The etched native pearls give it the right touch of Southwest style. The piece seems to be well made and the string on which the gemstones are layered appears to be thin but sturdy metal ( steel?)