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Pearl from $60.00 (Tin Cup Necklaces)
This is a classic design of pearls hand-knotted on silk thread. If you are looking for a starter necklace, this is the one I always recommend. Start simple. I have never had a customer dissatisfied with the purchase of this necklace. In fact, I've almost always been guaranteed that the customer will come back for more!

White Pearl & Swarovski Crystal $65.00 (Tin Cup Necklaces)
White pearls can always be worn with anything, but by adding a diamond shaped 4mm Swarovski Crystal and silver toggle clasp - you've added a new spin to an old classic. This necklace can be worn for both day and evening attire.

Pearl & Swarovski Crystal Toggle $90.00 (Lariat Necklaces)
This was a necklace that was more of an experiment, but I knew I had struck gold when even my boyfriend took notice! The Swarovski crystal dangles on the end of the necklace go through the toggle clasp and the design of the Swarovski crystal dangles keeps the lariat from coming undone. This necklace looks especially exciting on a low cut dress or unbuttoned blouse.

Double-Drilled Pearls & Swarovski Crystal $145.00 (Multi-Strand Necklaces)
I wasn't really sure what to do with these unique pearls. Then I got a call from someone who wanted me to make bridal party necklaces. This was the end result -- a choker with these pearls, Swarovski crystals and a box-shaped clasp. The bride wore it in white, her bridesmaids in blue-gray, all with matching bracelets (also available).

Triplet Pearl from $195.00 (Multi-Strand Necklaces)
This necklace was inspired by an antique necklace that a friend of mine had asked me to re-string. This piece used pearls and crystals with an extender clasp which allows you to wear a necklace either choker length or further down the neck. I used three different sizes of pearls or glass beads starting with small ones closer to the neck and graduating towards larger ones.

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