Stella & Dot • Gilda necklace

Stella & Dot • Gilda necklace
  • Stella & Dot • Gilda necklace
  • Stella & Dot • Gilda necklace
  • Stella & Dot • Gilda necklace
  • Stella & Dot • Gilda necklace
A bold look with dramatic textured finish. Silver Length: 27” Gold vermeil length 24". This one makes everyone say WOW! The Gilda earrings look amazing with this necklace.
StellaStyle discovered 106 months ago
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