Will be wonderful for a fall sweater pendant. I already got the red and turquoise versions.
Did you find this helpful?1 of 1Found Helpful Reviewed by: theresa carroll from Ky.
This seemingly simply leaf was surprisingly beautiful. I made it into a necklace with brown tones and round magnesite stones and it screams "Holidays". The size is perfect and the color wonderful.
Did you find this helpful?1 of 1Found Helpful Reviewed by: Lynne Lincoln from Vancouver, Washington .
Beautiful!! Upon receiving the product, I did make a long pendant. It came out pretty. I will order a different color leaf. The size is wonderful.
Did you find this helpful?1 of 1Found Helpful Reviewed by: Leilani Patton from Live Oak.
I love this!
I think it has a classy look---not too shiny. It will work well with some creamy white bone beads I recently bought for spring and summer.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)Paula S McCullough from Tennessee.
I bought one of these and made a necklace using large tiger eye chips and jasper. It came out beautiful! I have since ordered more in different colors. Can't wait to get them!
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Deborah Schultz from Denver.
A great purchase! This leaf is very large and it's perfect for creating a special Necklace for some of my larger ladies:) I think I will be ordering more in the other colors as well.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Susan from Florida.
I didn't pay attention to the size, so I was a bit surprised at how large the leaf is. But, onto plan B design plans, which is good. This bead is really, really pretty and its size is just perfect for a plan B!
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Michelle W from Riverside, Ca.
I have the red and blue turquoise as well. These are very nice pieces with tremendous potential. Especially those of us who prefer bigger pieces.
Wonderful price and quality.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Susan from IN.
This is really pretty and different. I'm making a 25 inch necklace of white shell chips with this leaf as the focal.
Did you find this helpful? Reviewed by: Happy from Galveston.