Bequia Glass Bead Necklace

bequia glass bead necklace

Item #: 21663
Valued at* $990
Yours for $79
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A necklace with a view

You can’t just wake up. Throwing back the covers and bounding out onto the balcony is dangerous. Better to take it slow. Open your eyes one at a time. Let the white linen curtains catch some of that sunshine before you whisk them aside. Brew your first cup of coffee and step out only when you’re good and ready. Because out there is the full-blown splendor of a Caribbean morning. White clouds on a perfect blue sky. Teal and turquoise water. If you want the sensation to last forever, you’re going to need this necklace.

Our Bequia Bead Necklace is a jackpot of Caribbean color, captured eloquently in 15 cascading strands of polished glass beads. Each handpicked, hand-strung bead glitters like a gemstone and creates a spectacular mosaic. Teal beads alternate with translucent golds, greens, violets and blues. The Bequia’s timeless design combines the look of ancient beaded luxury with the breezy, modern feel of a tropical getaway. Its strands gather and twist at the top, culminating in a seamless toggle clasp that keeps the necklace where it belongs. You’ll find it’s the perfect accessory for barefoot afternoons in paradise or high-heeled nights in the city. Pair it with the Bequia Beaded Clutch and the sensation of a perfect Caribbean morning is guaranteed to follow you everywhere.

  • 160 grams weight
  • Toggle Loop clasp
  • 18” length
  • 15 strands
  • Polished glass
  • Handstrung

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Didn''t think it possible

On my second foray into the world of Stauer, it was this simple but delicate beauty that caught my eye. As a belated Christmas gift, it could not have been a better choice. Problem is that now my wife gets compliments and adoring glances by streangers in elevators .. is there a return guarantee?Just kidding, of course. Stauer is on the right track.

R. C.

Coldstream, BC