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☆ About ☆

A trio of vintage 24k painted blue arrows.

Reminds me of crisp wool blazer over wispy soft silk shirt tucked into lean pants, gesturing with both hands then bang on the conference table, the gold and blue necklace swings glinting as if making my point for me.

Customize your length up to 20" long. Nestle this mid century high on your collarbone for crisp button down shirts and wrap dresses or drape it lower for crew neck statements and sexy v-necks

This chain is less than 1mm, delicate and absolutely luxurious.

▲▲ ▲ The Moderne Story ▲▲ ▲

Rich color combinations exclusive to LilahV. The rare beads you see are composed of vintage German glass and 24k gold. The glass comes from a famed but long-defunct German glassworks in Sudetenland. The molds and chemical pigments used in glass production in 1920's and 1930's are no longer available, which is why so many of the shapes and hues are unusual.

Since the beads are no longer able to be produced, they are rare and highly collectable. LilahV’s secret supplier has the only cache of these finite beads. All LilahV designs are limited editions.

LilahV jewelry is finished with 14k gold filled material.

☆ Giving ☆

❤ 20% of proceeds from LilahV is donated to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society dedicated in fighting blood cancers. ❤
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Blue and Gold Triangles Necklace // something blue retro wedding // LilahV

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 14k gold filled chain, gold filled clasp, gold filled findings, blue vintage beads
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 178 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Utah, United States
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