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This stunning brass and crystal Body Chain is unique and versatile. This piece can be worn either around the neck and waist in a body chain harness style, or it can be layered as a long tiered necklace. Featuring a beautiful tear shaped vintage crystal repurposed from a vintage crystal chandelier.

This item is also available with a variety of colours of crystals by request, such as: light pink, turquoise blue, a deep Amber yellow, and Grey. Some are shown in other listings in the shop, otherwise feel free to message me with inquiries

This Body Chain (with an Amber Crystal) was featured on Adelaide Kane as leading lady Mary Stuart in CW's Reign!

Each piece is sent out gift wrapped in tissue and a hand-stamped muslin bag and can always be shipped as a gift to any location internationally. If you have any special requests feel free to message me, I'm always happy to accommodate.

The materials used in my collection are often vintage allowing me to keep my business as environmentally friendly as possible. Due to the nature of the materials used, slight variances in color or marks of age may be present, or may develop with wear, on components of the jewellery. I choose my materials very deliberately and believe that the development of tarnish adds to the organic aesthetic of my jewelry.

Clear Crystal Convertible Body Jewelry


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: antique finish brass chain, vintage chandelier crystal, chain, brass, brass chain, crystal, vintage crystal, lobster clasp
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
  • Feedback: 111 reviews
  • Favorited by: 232 people