Chain lengths - How will it look? When purchasing finished chains the most common options are 16", 18", 20". These are the first three lengths shown. Longer chains can create a whole different look. Check out our chain by the inch section. Add jump rings and a clasp and you have a custom chain. It is easier than you may think. http://www.beaducation.com/shop/chain-jump-rings-chain-c-62_252.html
An aquamarine, diamond, cultured pearl and plique-à-jour enamel pendant with 18 karat gold long chain with English hallmarks; pendant mounted in 18 karat gold and silver; pendant length: 2 1/4in.; chain length: 30in. Age unknown. Art Nouveau or in the style of Art Nouveau.
A Belle Epoque sapphire & diamond pendant/brooch, ca 1918. The pendant/brooch modelled as a stylized bow, set with a central old brilliant-cut diamond, to the pierced diamond-set ribbon mount, accented by french-cut sapphires, with fine-link neckchain, pendant/brooch mounted in platinum, chain mounted in 14 ct white gold, central diamond weighing approx 0.60 ct, remaining diamonds approx 1.50 cts total, pendant/brooch length 6.5cm, chain length 55.0cm.
An Art Nouveau Brooch/Pendant, a carved moonstone as a maiden's head, within a diamond and seed pearl frame, with a detachable diamond set pendant loop, on a fine trace link chain, brooch/pendant measures 2.4cm by 4.4cm, chain length 43cm Tennants auctioneers | JV
An Edwardian diamond, cultured pearl, sapphire and platinum brooch/pendant the filigree, articulated brooch of medal motif, set throughout with European and rose-cut diamonds, accented by cultured and seed pearls, further set with calibré-cut sapphires.
Cosh Boys in Notting Hill, London in 1954 wearing finger-tip length jackets of a style which immediately preceded Teddy Boy style. Note the chain attached to the belt loop, which was a direct influence from the Zoot Suit. Following on from the Spivs and during the early 1950's some teenage gangs started to appear in the East End of London and they became known as Cosh Boys.
An early 20th century peridot and diamond brooch/pendant, circa 1900 The step-cut peridot within an openwork single-cut diamond surround of foliate and scroll design suspending a pear-shaped peridot drop, with diamond-set suspension loop to a fine trace-link chain, mounted in silver and gold, diamonds approx. 0.80ct. total, pendant length 5.2cm., original fitted case