Tenvis | 1/8" (3 mm) Silver-tone Onyx Leather Necklace
How to find your necklace size
The perfect necklace length is subjective. The sketch is of a 6'2", medium-build model with a 14 1/2” (37 cm) neck. For most men, a 19 3/4” (50 cm) necklace is standard. But men aren’t ‘standard’.
It is up to you how low you want a necklace to fall, and that depends on the thickness of your neck, shape of your shoulders, and your height.
Find my necklace size
- Put a long piece of string behind your neck.
- Bring the ends together in front of your chest.
- Mark the string where you want the pendant to fall.
This will be where the top of the pendant falls. A chain will fall higher as it won’t be weighed down by a pendant. Now measure the distance between the marks to find your length.
You can also find your necklace size using a measuring tape in front of a mirror.
Measure your necklace
If you already have a necklace you like, lay it in a straight line and measure its full length, including clasp and ring to determine your size.
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- Natural onyx beads
- Leather feels softer over time
- Secure lobster claw clasp
Aphrodite rests at the banks of the river Indus. A vengeful Cupid shoots an arrow at her, nicking her fingernails which sink to the river’s bed. There, they change into the deep black stones we know as onyx. In Eastern traditions, onyx is associated with protection, willpower, and focus.
On this men’s necklace, five natural onyx beads are threaded on a silver-tone chain. Framed by surgical-grade stainless steel plates that form a handsome contrast to the black cord. The genuine cow leather construction forms a rugged woven texture and only looks and feels better as it ages.
Fastens securely around your neck with an easy-to-use lobster claw clasp. A discrete round plate with the Lucleon logo dangles from one end of the lock.
Designed in Denmark. Comes in a signature storage pouch.
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