A silver tone necklace featuring concave round hammered discs dangling from a silver chain with little narrow-cut tube beads. The necklace is affixed with a lobster clasp on an adjustable chain and measures 21" end-to-end. The maker is unknown and the condition is very good.
Silver Tone refers to a base metal that has been colored silver on the surface, but has no measurable silver content. Silver Tone jewelry is not recommended for people with sensitivity to nickle or other types of metals, as it can cause a rash.
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: