Raw Turquoise Medallion Circle Necklace
Raw Turquoise Medallion Circle Necklace
Raw Turquoise Medallion Circle Necklace
Raw Turquoise Medallion Circle Necklace
Raw Turquoise Medallion Circle Necklace
Raw Turquoise Medallion Circle Necklace
Raw Turquoise Medallion Circle Necklace

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Raw Turquoise Medallion Circle Necklace

Regular price $42.00
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Add a new twist to the classic Turquoise Necklace with these stunners!
Features raw, Mojave Turquoise, that is circle cut and framed in gold electroplating. Each stone has a unique amount of turquoise, darker green, browns and bright turquoise tones. Stones are double sided and 100% unique. Some may have divots and rough spots as these are completely natural stones.

{Stones will be randomly selected and crafted into your one of a kind necklace}

{Pendants measure approximately 1 inch tall including connector bail}

Hangs on your choice of chain:
14k Gold Plated Link Chain
14k Gold Filled Link Chain
14k Gold Filled Box Chain

Chain Length Options:
16 inches
18 inches
20 inches
22 inches
24 inches
30 inches

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***About GOLD PLATED and GOLD FILLED Chains- What's the difference?***

14k GOLD FILLED:
Gold filled is an actual layer of gold-pressure bonded to another metal. Gold filled is not to be confused with gold plating as filled literally has 100% more gold than gold plating. Gold filled is much more valuable and tarnish resistant. It does not flake off, rub off or turn colors. As a matter of fact, anyone who can wear gold can wear gold filled without worries of any allergic reaction to the jewelry. Gold filled jewelry is an economical alternative to solid gold!

14k GOLD PLATED:
Gold Plated jewelry is the best option for wearers who are jewelry obsessed but need to stay in a budget (pretty much everyone out there). It gives the impression of luxury while not causing you to break the bank every time you see a cute, trendy necklace or bracelet. Gold plated jewelry is made by using electricity or chemicals to deposit and bond a very thin layer of gold over another metal. This process creates a layer as thin as 1/1000 to 3/1000 of an inch of gold over a more affordable metal, usually silver or copper.