Necklace Size Photos

Remember, you can click on any photo for an enlarged image.

This is a 14.5" necklace on a child.

This is how a 16" would generally fit.

This shows how the length falls in an 18" with a clasp, then a 21" with a clasp, then a continuously strung 26".


This is about where a 48" necklace would fit.


this is a 48" necklace doubled and then slipped through.
This is 48" doubled.  The loops can be adjusted for various looks.
This is another 48" doubled.  The loops can be adjusted for various looks.

48" necklace knotted

This is how an 18" necklace would fit an average person.
18" choker size necklace



This is an 18" necklace with an 8" extender bracelet added for more length, making a total of about 26"
This is about a 20" necklace (with a detachable pendant)
This is a 27" Grey Mesa  necklace tripled around the wrist for a bracelet.
This photo shows a 25 1/2" Checkerboard Mesa and a 27" Gray Shadow Mesa necklace looped and slipknotted. This is one way to wear them.


This photo shows a 25 1/2" Checkerboard Mesa and a 27" Gray Shadow Mesa necklace "nestled". this helps to show the lengths. My favorite length for a continuously strung necklace is 26".
This is a 48" necklace doubled and tied into a scarf.
48" necklace, slip knotted into a donut, then doubled and looped into a " lariat" style.
48" necklace, slip knotted into a pendant, then doubled and lopped in a lariat style.
48" doubled, the slipped through a detachable pendant.  Another 18" necklace is attached around the neck to give it more length.
This is a 29" necklace that has been doubled, then attached around the neck with another 18" necklace (that has been doubled and clasped.).  The pendant is detachable and added for a versatile, dramatic effect.








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