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My boyfriend kindly purchased the Links of London Sweetie Bracelet for me in the early part of last year. He bough tme the Rhodium one with some gold links, and since then I have been having a look around at peoples Links Sweetie Jewellery. I have noticed quite a few people seem to have the fake necklaces which are identical to the bracelet and have links all round, which is not how the real Links of London necklace looks!
I was unsure about getting the real Links of London necklace, as I wasn't sure it would go with my bracelet, with them two being different colours and all, and also I was worried about it being Links over load, but that didnt stop me from really wanting the necklace, to add to my what I could see as an ongoing collection!
My boyfriend kindly purchased the necklace for me for my birthday from SWAG online. It came safely packaged in the post. The necklace itself was housed in typical Links packaging, a large box with a snap tight shut closure, which felt incredibly classy!
Inside was black velvet, with poppers to hold the necklace down. The whole packaging (along with the look of the necklace) indicated and expensive and good quality purchase.
The necklace itself is very heavy and you can tell it contains a lot of silver. The main part consists of a thick silver snake chain with a hook an eye type fastening (that seems to be the easiest way I can describe it). There is no way to adjust the necklace to make it smaller or longer but it was the perfect legnth for me.
Over the snake chain is lots of silver 'links'. The necklace loots good, fits perfectly and is grogeous on. I cannot see a way to add any charms but I dont want to anyway, so its not a concern of mine, just bringing it up incase people want to add charms they will have to buy some of the little rings to add charms then add them on. I think they are a pound each.