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Long Boho crochet necklace  "FeatherWeight", OOAK, turquoise, oxidized Sterling Silver, antique bone feather, Southwestern talisman jewelry

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Slip this long bohemian necklace on over your head and express your carefree-indie boho chic! Southwest inspired long talisman necklace with a punch. An oxidized hammered sterling silver ring holds carved bone, turquoise, pyrite, Thai silver, a magnesite cross, and an antique bone carved feather. The crocheted chain is so lightweight, rustic and easily works with denim and white. I love a longer necklace with longer silhouette pieces like tunics and maxi dresses-- and lightweight so it's perfect for your easy summer wardrobe!

Measures 28" with a 3" pendant drop (from the top of the sterling ring to the bottom of the feather). This is a slip-on necklace with no closure-- the beads go all the way around the neck :) Looks even better layered with other shorter necklaces!

As with all of my jewelry, I ONLY use TOP quality beads in my work. The result is well worth it and it shows!

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ORIGINAL LIST DATE: March 22, 2012 *Often imitated, never duplicated- You see it here first!

Long Boho crochet necklace "FeatherWeight", OOAK, turquoise, oxidized Sterling Silver, antique bone feather, Southwestern talisman jewelry


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: czech glass, brass findings, sterling silver, nylon cord, turquoise, magnesite, antique bone, pyrite, Thai silver
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 3818 reviews
  • Favorited by: 40 people