16" Highly Polished Interlocking Necklace, 14K
While the link is very beautiful, and I do not understand other customers' complaints about the clasp (in fine jewelry, the clasp is usually part of the pattern, NOT an oversized anything or a always a lobster claw clasp), I am disappointed with the necklace because it is so light. The price is certainly not justified for such a light necklace.
Lovely and Unique
I did my research on this necklace and thank other reviewers for their input, the good, as well as the negative aspects. Thank you," Tampa Lady", for your response to my question on the Q&A board.
I received this necklace yesterday and immediately checked the spring ring clasp. It did not appear too tiny, nor was it difficult to manipulate. The necklace itself is unique in its "figure 8" link formation. It is dainty, yet noticeable and sturdy. It sparkles as only Italian gold can. These features make this an extraordinary piece, which is not over the top for those of us who prefer simple designs, yet are attracted to jewelry that leans toward the "artsy".
What more can I say? Love it...and considering the cost of gold and workmanship these days, worth every penny.
(This would make a wonderful gift for anyone who appreciates yellow gold pieces such as this.)
Pretty but value?
I thought I would give this a try. It is highly polished yellow gold. The spring ring clasp is tiny. I looked up the current price of 14 kt yellow gold and at 2.7 gm, it would be around $87.29. For nearly $200 paid, I would have expected a more substantial clasp or even a lobster style clasp. Just my opinion. I wanted something that I could wear shorter and I was able to clasp this and secure it into the links but it did take some time.
I have had this necklace a couple of months now and I think it is perfect. It is totally different than the usual link. It does stand out and I have no problem with the clasp.
This is quite a nice necklace, but the clasp is a nightmare to open and close. It is too small. I believe for this price point there should be a lobster claw or oversized 'o' ring clasp. Necklace is shiny, but the clasp is a deal breaker. Why do manufacturers penny pinch?