This Marlyn Schiff metal oval chain link necklace features three removable, interchangeable clasp charms.
Pave hamsa clasp charm
Tri-circle pave drop clasp charm
Pave peace sign clasp charm
- 18" length
- Pave hamsa clasp charm is 3/4" length x 1/2" width
- Tri-circle pave drop clasp charm is 1 1/4" length x 1/4" width.
- Pave peace sign clasm charm is 1" plus 1/4" clasp
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Marlyn Schiff 18" Gold Charm Necklace w/Three Charms
Marlyn Schiff began her career in the early 1980's working for several major fashion houses in New York City. After five years of serving as an account executive, Marlyn turned her focus to designing jewelry, her true passion. In no time, her designs were in high demand.
Marlyn's collection has always consisted of hundreds of styles, from semi-precious pieces to casted metals. On trend, Marlyn designs fashionable jewelry with unique and distinctive mix of textures, materials and stones. She is best known for her custom charm necklaces and mix and match bracelet stacks. Whether she is traveling with family or collecting vintage finds, Marlyn draws inspiration from a multitude of inputs, which are reflected through all of her unique pieces.
marlyn schiff is available in more than 500 national and international boutiques and retailers. Her collection is frequently featured on various broadcast programs, including Good Morning America and on the pages of fashion and lifestyle magazines such as InStyle, Marie-Claire, and O, the Oprah Magazine. marlyn schiff jewelry has also established a passionate following among style bloggers, fashion influencers, celebrities and high-profile personalities.
Marlyn's business and designs reflect her spirit as a strong, independent woman who embraces her work, family and community with enthusiasm and love. She commits herself to numerous charitable organizations and philanthropic organizations including the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance, Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation, Living Beyond Breast Cancer, and the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia.