Antique Silver-Tone Aztec-Style Long Necklace

$1.99

When it came to bling, the Aztecs really knew where it was at. Back in the 1500s, upper class tribal members liked to use gold in everything from bowls to clothing, and the bigger the jewelry, the better. There’s a reason that the famous city of gold—El Dorado—became an enduring legend.But the Aztecs were open-minded enough to enjoy all types of bling, not just the golden variety. They used other materials, too—like silver. Silver isn’t always second-best. Sometimes, it’s just as gorgeous as gold… like in this Antique Silver Aztec-Style Long Necklace. The 30-inch silver-tone chain has a lobster-claw clasp and quill breastplate pendant with a column of tiny clear crystals down the center. It is the very definition of a statement piece, and it will definitely draw some admiring eyes whenever you wear it, whether it’s with a full-out Aztec costume or an evening gown for date night. This is the best kind of bling—the kind that looks amazing without breaking the bank.

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When it came to bling, the Aztecs really knew where it was at. Back in the 1500s, upper class tribal members liked to use gold in everything from bowls to clothing, and the bigger the jewelry, the better. There’s a reason that the famous city of gold—El Dorado—became an enduring legend.But the Aztecs were open-minded enough to enjoy all types of bling, not just the golden variety. They used other materials, too—like silver. Silver isn’t always second-best. Sometimes, it’s just as gorgeous as gold… like in this Antique Silver Aztec-Style Long Necklace. The 30-inch silver-tone chain has a lobster-claw clasp and quill breastplate pendant with a column of tiny clear crystals down the center. It is the very definition of a statement piece, and it will definitely draw some admiring eyes whenever you wear it, whether it’s with a full-out Aztec costume or an evening gown for date night. This is the best kind of bling—the kind that looks amazing without breaking the bank.