Striking and versatile best describe this 42" long necklace created with sterling rings that are faceted to create a wonderful yet subtle sparkle when worn. The combination of gold and silver can be dressed up or dressed down. You can also wear this a number of different ways: as a single strand by itself, doubled, as a single or double lariat, or layered with another necklace. So many fun options with this stunning necklace.
Sue Rosengard founded her company in 1986 in New York City after receiving a BA in French from the University of Illinois, with a year of study in Paris and Italy. Her jewelry education is primarily self-taught, although she suspects her inspiration partly comes from growing up in Chicago among the skyscrapers and Frank Lloyd Wright influenced buildings. The designers of the Modernist era have also been significant influences on Sue- particularly jewelers Margaret de Patta and Paul Lobel, sculptor Alexander Calder, and Russel Wright.
Sue's goal is to create affordable, well-crafted and well-designed jewelry that appeals to all ages. The contemporary geometric shapes are designed to flatter the face of the wearer while being lightweight, easy to wear, and timeless.
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