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Blue Sodalite Diane Keaton Lariat Necklace Somethings Gotta Give Lasso Necklace


Dark Denim Blue Sodalite Lasso / Lariat Necklace

It is a single strand, simple beaded lariat necklace made with a dark Blue Sodalite (the same shade as demin jeans). Marquis shaped focal pendant lasso inspired by the necklace in "Somethings Gotta Give" worn by Diane Keaton in the movie with Jack Nicholson. 

This necklace uses a marquis shaped gemstone beads that is sometimes difficult to find, and often ends up being SOLD OUT for a while until I can find more. If you want this for MOTHERS DAY, please order early so you will not be dissapointed :)

The easiest way to measure for this necklace:

  • Take a long piece of YARN or TWINE, and fold it in HALF.
  • Holding it with both hands, lift it up and put it around the back of your neck.
  • Take the two CUT ends and drop them thru the LOOP that the fold made.
  • Let the ends hang down to EXACTLY where you want the necklace to hang
  • Cut the string off exactly where you want it to END including the BEADS. (The Round bead is ONE inch, and the Marquis Bead is TWO inches.)
  • Order the size of the TOTAL LENGTH of the string when it is folded in HALF.

You will probably end up ordering one size larger then you normally wear, due to the "drop".  

  • 32 Inch string will be a Size 16
  • 36 Inches would be a Size 18
  • 40 INches would be a size 20
  • 42 INches would be a size 22

Create a Custom Diane Keaton Lariat Necklace. I also have Marquis Gemstones in Blue Amazonite, Blue Sodalite, Rose Quartz, Smoky Quartz, Tigers Eye, Soft Green Jade, White Jade, and Crazy Lace Agate. We even have a gorgeous one in White Freshwater Pearls.

I now also have some really beautiful Black Onyx and Agate Stones with a little WHITE in them that looks like Black Sardonyx that I can custom make for you in the stone of your choice.  Text or Message me for a picture to select the one you like best!

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