A dainty stone and delicate metallic chain combine to create the Elisa Pendant Necklace in Ivory Pearl, your new favorite wear-anywhere accessory. This pendant necklace can be paired with any look, providing that extra touch of timeless style. Make the Elisa Pendant Necklace a staple in your wardrobe and you will not be disappointed.
• 14k Gold Plated Over Brass • Size: 0.63"L x 0.38"W stationary pendant, 15" chain with 2" extender • Lobster claw closure • Material: ivory mother-of-pearl
Material Highlight: Mother-of-Pearl Mother-of-Pearl is a genuine shell material produced as the inner layer of a shell, and is also what makes up the outer coating of pearls. It is strong, scratch-resistant, and beautifully iridescent.
Please note: Due to the one-of-a-kind nature of the medium, exact color patterns may vary slightly from the image shown.
Constantly on-the-run and need to take Volcano with you where you go!? We've got you - This Volcano Mini Tin is small enough to throw in your purse, so you can take the iconic scent with you no matter what!
Burn Time: Up to 30 Hours
Dimensions: 1.75"H x 2.75"D
Weight: 3 oz
Due to shipping cost and because this item is breakable, In-Store pickup Only!
Losing London is an epic love story filled with nail-biting suspense, forbidden passion, and unexpected heartbreak. When cancer took the life of Mitch Quinn’s soulmate, London Adams, he never imagined that one year later her sister, Harper, whom he had never met before, would show up in Emerald Isle, NC. Until this point, his only reason to live, a five-year-old cancer survivor named Hannah, was his closest tie to London.
Harper, recently divorced, never imagined that work—a research project on recent shark attacks—and an unexpected package from London would take her back to the island town where her family had vacationed in her youth. Upon her arrival, she meets and is instantly swept off her feet by a local with a hidden connection that eventually causes her to question the boundaries of love. As Mitch’s and Harper’s lives intertwine, they discover secrets that should have never happened. If either had known that losing London would have connected their lives in the way that it did, they might have chosen different paths.