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Not for the faint of heart. Dramatic dripping collar necklace in crimson red measures 4" (101mm) across the center piece. Victorian scroll details complement this bold necklace. Definitely not an understated piece.

Intricate laser cut stainless steel pieces in gloss red powder coat finish includes the following components: 18" adjustable black chain, black findings and sturdy black lobster clasp.

Fable & Fury silhouettes depict the curious concoctions that inhabit our imaginations. Modern techniques enable us to design intricately-detailed pendants that are still extraordinarily durable. We are committed to creating unconventional jewelry using materials of the utmost quality and strength, providing you with necklaces that are ageless, enduring, and uniquely... Fable & Fury.

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model photo: Quynbi by David Rose

Baroque Drip collar necklace - choker in red stainless steel - statement jewelry

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: stainless steel, red powder coat, black enameled metal chain and findings
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 3072 reviews
  • Favorited by: 261 people