14 to 16 Inch Necklaces from India(303 items)
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Silver Amethyst Necklace
It took a while for this one to arrive as it was on backorder, however I was very pleased with it when it arrived. The pendant is a good size, not too small, and I liked the unusual shape. I really liked the chain that came with it, as not all of the pendants come with that type of chain and I dont like some of the other types that look cheap or more coarse.
I have purchased quite a few amethyst necklaces made by Alok Jain but as soon as I received this one I knew it was going to be my number one favorite out of all of the ones I have bought. The design is so unique and pretty. The stone is a lovely shade. I like the small size and heart shape of the stone. The chain compliments the style of the pendant. I am very pleased. I will probably wear this necklace nearly every day!
Paradox in Silver
This necklace falls across the front in an elegant balanced pattern, but when you study the individual silver triangles, each seems to be starting off in some new direction. Watching how the links bring them back into line, you come to see that this is the work of a master jeweler.
Bhavesh Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"My father was a craftsman of precious stones… [designing] was not difficult for me, since I knew a great deal about gems and their settings. I think it was in my blood."
Popular 14 to 16 Inch Necklaces from India
Handcrafted Vermeil and Garnet Necklace Golden Jewelry, "Golden Goddess"$77.99
Surrounded by blossoming trellis, garnet glows with mystical force. The gem of love and passion centers a vermeil pendant crafted of 22k gold plated sterling silver. The choker comes from the collection of India's Bhavesh.
.925 Sterling silver
Handmade Multigem Cross Sterling Silver Religious Choker, "Kolkata Cross"$79.95
Garnet, citrine, iolite, peridot, and amethyst surround a central blue topaz in this sterling silver pendant. The gems are hand-cut in Jaipur and hand-set in Kolkata. Inspired by the works of recently canonized missionary Mother Teresa, who spent much of her life ministering in Kolkata.