Vintage Rhinestone Choker


The Vintage Rhinestone Choker is a stunning necklace with expandable 4″ frame, lobster clasp, and 225 sparkling cut quartz crystal rhinestones.

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Vintage Rhinestone Choker

This stunning estate jewelry has a curved expandable frame that is 4″ in diameter. The lobster clasp is in the back with some extra chain that attractively hangs down the back. There are 3 rows of rhinestones.

Each row has 75 rhinestones made from cut quartz crystals. However, there are 2 rhinestones missing but it’s hardly noticeable. It should be easy to insert new ones because the prongs are still there.

All the other rhinestones are securely in place. So that’s 223 rhinestones shining around your neck. This beautiful Vintage Rhinestone Choker will surely make a lasting impression.

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Additional information

Weight 0.5 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 3 × 0.75 in




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The Rhinestone brand indicates items sold in our Collectibles Store that feature rhinestones.
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Vintage Jewelry

The Vintage Jewelry brand indicates earrings, necklaces, bracelets, brooches, etc. sold in our Collectibles Store that are about 50 to 99 years old
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