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Simplicity at it's best! A sophisticated handwoven aluminum chainmail chain is perfectly balanced with this large, luxurious abalone pendant. The abalone pendant is finished off with a little teardrop bead.

As with many of our pieces, the wire and jump rings are made of aluminum, which give it the look of silver, but is lightweight. It will not rust, corrode or tarnish over time. If cleaning is needed, a quick wash with mild soap and water, followed by a rinse and drying with a soft cloth is all that is needed.

The shell pendant is 2.5 inches in height (3.5 inches including the beads) and a width of 1.5 inches. The chain is 18 inches in length with an additional 2 inch extension. It is finished off with a sturdy lobster clasp.

Pictures show the details of both sides of the shell pendant.

This can be lengthened or shortened at no additional cost.

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Stunning Byzantine Abalone Shell Necklace, Aluminum Necklace, Chainmail Necklace

$120.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: lobster clasp, aluminum wire, abalone shell, aluminum jump rings, spacer bead
  • Ships worldwide from New York, United States
  • Feedback: 430 reviews
  • Favorited by: 104 people