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Old Silpada Necklace - Sterling Silver and Black Leather Cord
This attractive necklace seems to have been inspired by the 1960’s-70’s hippie movement. The necklace is made with a double strand of black leather cord and sections of hammered silver loops. A pendant floats at the bottom which consists of a rounded triangular silver medallion dangling from a slightly larger hammered silver ring. At the back end of the necklace is a section on chain with a locking clasp on one end and a larger fastening ring on the other end. The fastening ring is marked Silpada on one side and it has the company logo on the other side. The back of the medallion and the surrounding ring are both stamped with the trademark and 925. The company is now out of business but this classic piece had been a retired design for sometime.
The necklace measures about 17 ½” in total length. The medallion ring measures about 1 ¾” long including the jump ring that the cord goes through and it measures about 1 ¼” wide. It is in very nice condition with minimal wear and no damage.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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Gender: Unisex, Age Group: Adult, Color: Silver / Black, Size: 17 1/2
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Debra and Robert Helton, Eagle, ID
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