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December Pendant of the Month by Spexton December Pendant of the Month by Spexton
December Pendant of the Month

This pendant is a stainless steel rectangular drop with a glossy mirrored and hammered finish. An offset 1 point diamond glitters in the sandblasted recess on the bottom.

Measuring 1 inch long and 1/4 inch deep by 1/4 inch wide, this is a subtle, refined choice for a man or woman.

The pendant arrives gift-boxed with a 24" stainless steel dog-tag style chain. Also included is a leather necklace with our signature magnet clasp in your choice of black, chocolate brown, or camel.

The magnet clasps can be unscrewed from the leather necklace, allowing you to remove the pendant and hang it on the chain.

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CrAZy-OvER-AnImE Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
From what I see from the old comments, it used to be $65. Now it's $150? x_x I would only buy that if it was about $20, it's cute and elegant! ^^

but seriously, stainless steal is not 14k gold. I think this would be a more reasonable price for a stainless steel tag with more diamonds - [link] (only my opinion, you are entitled to yours as well :) )
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Spexton Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2009
Yes, each month we do featured items that are about half of the regular price, so back in December this was the sale item. The diamond alone in this costs us more than $20 to be put in. We are not China, and we are not QVC or the Home Shopping Network buying mass-produced items from China. Our jewelry is very, very well priced for the quality that we offer, and the fact that we spend a huge amount of time creating each item by hand. Our line could best be compared with Teno (teno.com) which is far more expensive, although we find the finish quality of our products superior to the German steel collections.
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CrAZy-OvER-AnImE Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
each peice by hand? well that would explain it. And now that you mention it, yeah, I would also think the diamond alone would just be a bit expensive.
though, if you are comparing QVC with China, you are far off wrong ;) Everything my mother buys there is quality and cheap :giggle:
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Sap-Green Featured By Owner May 23, 2009
aww itd be a cool USB drive, but anyway, so faving this ^^ <3
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shtoopid Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2009
is this for people with lots of money and happen to like shiny things? Find a hunk of metal, drag it behind the car for a few hundred miles, sell it on eBay!
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Dmonn77 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2009
Here in Texas that is exactly what we do to those damn.....

Oh never mind.
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Spexton Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2009
Whether an attempt at crude humor or not, I'm sure the business clients who's names and links you have on your website would be thrilled to be connected to that sort of comment Dave. Have a great day!
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Dmonn77 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2009
What?
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shtoopid Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2009
do their knees grow?
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Dmonn77 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2009
Looks like a spray painted flash drive. For $65 it better be at least 16 GB.
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