Characteristics of Silver NecklacesChoosing a necklace can be a tricky decision sometimes. A necklace is a piece of jewelry that’s made to be glimpsed as soon as someone takes a look at your face. So, it follows that if you’re making jewelry that’s sitting front and center over a woman’s heart, it should be something that’s going to make a real statement when people notice it first. One of the most elegant choices in jewelry is a piece made from the moon-colored luster of silver—and sterling silver necklaces are always en vogue at Rumanoff’s Fine Jewelry. At our showroom, we’re pleased to bring sterling silver necklaces from a variety of different designers, meaning that we’re confident we have the right piece for your look.
Popular Silver Necklace Collections at Rumanoff’s Fine JewelryOne of the most inventive designers working in sterling silver is John Hardy. Based in the Indonesian island of Bali, John Hardy necklaces take advantage of the rich history and landscape of the region to create iconic pieces that bring a timeless sense of elegance to the neck of any woman who wears them. Take the Naga collection: Named for the mythical snakes of Hinduism, these serpentine necklaces boast hand-crafted scales and touches like ruby eyes, pearls, and 18k yellow gold accents. Alternatively, for some casual chic, turn to the sterling silver necklaces of famous designer PANDORA, whose charm necklaces from the floating locket line offer a woman some unfussy elegance to toss on.
Tacori offers a big splash of color in its Island Rains and Lilac Blossoms collections. There’s something magical about pairing the metallic coolness of sterling silver with the organic colors of gemstones, and these collections approach the idea from different directions. Island Rains is named for the sea-colored turquoise and blue topaz used in their design, and in their flower-patterned silver frames, Lilac Blossoms earrings feature blooms of rich violet amethyst. The Cairo collection from Colore SG is also a treat for the senses, with the elaborately carved halos repeating the shape of the colored gemstone at the necklaces’ heart.