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Connemara marble necklace, 'Cliffs of Moher' - Connemara Twisted Marble Necklace Curate

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Connemara Twisted Marble Necklace, "Cliffs of Moher"

The famous green-white marble of Connemara is found only in the area around... more

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The famous green-white marble of Connemara is found only in the area around Clifden in western Ireland, and the Walsh family has been making fine jewelry from it for three generations. This twisted stone necklace is handmade by experienced artisans at the family's workshop in Rathfarnham Village, Dublin, who select complementary pieces of marble, then shape and polish them. The unique beaded necklace is secured by a lobster claw clasp.

  • 0.27 kgs
  • 0.6 lbs
  • Length: 45.7 cm L
  • Length: 18" L

  • Connemara marble, base metal clasp
  • Natural stone - some variations in color and/or pattern are to be expected
  • Lobster claw clasp
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? No
  • Made in Ireland.
  • Ships fast from USA.
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"Clasp was broken when received"

Most of the jewelry I have gotten from Novica has been of high quality, but the chain and clasp on this necklace is thin and kind of cheap. When it arrived, the clasp was fastened to the chain on one side, but was not attached to the necklace on the other side; and I don't see any way that it could ever have been attached. I will need to have it repaired, or properly restrung.

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