A choker-sized necklace featuring a triple row of what appears to be luminescent mother of pearl sequins affixed to a central no-show cotton backing. The necklace is affixed with a spring ring closure and measures 15 1/2" long but has a bit of stretch to it. The maker is unknown and the condition is very good.
To determine the best necklace size for you, take a tape measure and wrap around your neck to get its circumference. Take that number and add 2" to 4" to determine the best minimum necklace length for you. For a regular necklace, choose the second size up from your neck size as a minimum. For example, if your neck measures 15" around, the minimum necklace size you should choose would be 17" to 19". If you want a choker, stick with your exact neck measurement for the necklace size. Standard necklaces sizes, common to most people, come in the following sizes: