8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on January 4, 2013
I would never pay this kind of money on this so-called jewelry. I am a jeweler and read this description carefully.
The metal is never named - that means it is not precious metal like gold or silver, or even named non-precious metals like brass,copper or steel. It is who knows what - it will probably irritate your skin and possibly turn it green.
Hydro-quartz is a fancy name for quartz grown quickly under high temperature. It is not a natural stone; it is man-made quartz. I can buy this for under $5.
Now knowing all this, do you really think this is worth $340? I'll give you a clue - NO!
Save your money, and if you want to shop for a gift online, I have a suggestion. Give some of the small custom Jewelers on line a try. Just carefully read the items description (and material list if available) and if you are still confused, ask the jeweler. If you don't get an answer - try another on-line independant (and usually 1 person) jewelry shop.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 21, 2013
I don't know what kind of metal they used for the chain, but it looked really cheap and low quality handcraft! I bought it for my wife, she wore it for a few weeks and found rust on the chain! Well, great way to please your wife with a rusted jewelry! It was only $100 back then. It is no way worth that, left lone $300!