necklace clasps

whisperyApril 3, 2003


what do you think is most important in a necklace clasp: attractiveness, adjustability, or ease of use?



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I think it depends on the necklace. If it's an expensive necklace, then I would want it to be really secure (and after that, maybe look good). If it's a cheapie, I would probably just want it to be easy to use and/or look good.

    Bookmark   April 3, 2003 at 9:25PM
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Secure first, attractive second, easy to use third.

    Bookmark   April 4, 2003 at 11:48AM
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I agree with Mrs.Jrs.

I have a beautiful cross pendant which I had made from my grandmother's diamonds. I would rather have something very secure than something that looks good (re: how to keep it on my neck).

I use ribbons, too. It's very pretty! I went and bought spools of thin satin ribbon at Olde Tyme Pottery and I quadruple knot the ribbon onto my neck (as a choker) with the cross pendant. It stays put until I scissor it off.

- darkeyedgirl

    Bookmark   April 4, 2003 at 12:10PM
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