Turquoise Lucky Charm Beaded Necklace
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Introducing our Turquoise Lucky Charm Beaded Necklace - a chic and trendy piece that is also versatile and timeless. The heart-shaped toggle closure and various charms, including an ancient coin, a wishbone, and a genuine pearl, make this necklace a unique and eye-catching accessory that can be stacked with others or worn alone. Whether you're by the beach in a bikini or dressed in a t-shirt and jeans, this necklace adds a touch of style and luck to any outfit.
- 24K Gold Plated
- Measures 21”
- Handmade in Mexico
24K Gold Plating
- Not to be confused with regular gold plating, ours is a thick layer of 24K solid gold, meaning it will last longer, is waterproof, and tarnish free. You get the look and feel of luxury - without the luxury price point.
- We use freshwater cultured pearls that are each hand selected for our pieces. These pearls are grown in freshwater mussels, which makes them just as rare as they are beautiful. Pearls have intense luster and shine to them, but they are sensitive in nature. So don’t forget to treat them with the right care.
- We use genuine Turquoise stone in our pieces. All our beads have been carefully selected, cut, and polished to showcase their unique colors and patterns. Each bead is one-of-a-kind, making them a special addition to any piece. Their vibrant natural hues range from bright sky blue to deep greenish-blue, adding a pop of color to any outfit.
- JMJulieta M.Verified BuyerReviewingTurquoise Bubble Initial NecklaceI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars41 minutes agoBubble Initial Necklace is the Best Personal Gift!
I got this necklace for my sister's 20th birthday and she loved it!! The necklace is unique and bold which isn't common in initial necklaces. But this necklace has everything, it's of superior quality and has such a modern design.
- MMMary M.Verified BuyerReviewingQuartz and Turquoise Beaded NecklaceI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars6 days agoBeautiful
Love my necklace reminds me of pika shells from the 1970s