Stella & Dot • Olivia Go Green Gem Mix necklace

Stella & Dot • Olivia Go Green Gem Mix necklace
  • Stella & Dot • Olivia Go Green Gem Mix necklace
  • Stella & Dot • Olivia Go Green Gem Mix necklace
The photo doesn't do it justice. A delicate wrapped and beaded necklace perfect for so many occasions! Wear it long or wrapped twice. 14kt gold-filled toggle & clasp, 32" length. Gorgeous with the Stella & Dot Goddess and the Sadie Go Green bracelet. Also available in Olivia Marrakesh, which is sterling silver with gems in orangey-red tones.
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