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Men's necklaces

lawandorder360

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I might get flamed for asking this, but oh well, just asking
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Does anyone know of any designer men's jewelers, somewhat well-known or well-regarded? I'm looking for a discreet pendant necklace, preferably silver or white gold. If anyone knows of good designers or stores, let me know!

I've already checked gucci (like their leather pendant but their site isnt working for me), david yurman, and Tiffany.

Thanks in advance for the help guys!
 

JRinDC

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There's a jeweler here in DC called IGorman that carries men's jewelery from some German designers. They're pretty minimalist but quite intersting.
 

rnoldh

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The Catholic Church in particular used to make a really meaningful and tasteful little pendant to be worn on a chain. Made for a really nice discrete necklace ( if the pendant is not too big!). Either Gold or Silver is fine.

I think they call it a crucifix.

Here's an example:

http://www.catholiccompany.com/produ...il.cfm?ID=9974

BTW: I wasn't being sarcastic (perhaps a little too flip), but I think a Crucifix, if not too big is a really nice "Necklace". Of course Religion and beliefs come into play, but I have a feeling that those that do wear them, wear them with pride.
 

tiger02

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Originally Posted by rnoldh
The Catholic Church in particular used to make a really meaningful and tasteful little pendant to be worn on a chain. Made for a really nice discrete necklace ( if the pendant is not too big!). Either Gold or Silver is fine.

I think they call it a crucifix.

Here's an example:

http://www.catholiccompany.com/produ...il.cfm?ID=9974

BTW: I wasn't being sarcastic (perhaps a little too flip), but I think a Crucifix, if not too big is a really nice "Necklace". Of course Religion and beliefs come into play, but I have a feeling that those that do wear them, wear them with pride.

They're great for irony's sake, when they fall onto the exposed skin of the woman of loose morals in your bed.

Tom
 

javyn

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I think a crucifix looks great on a chain. I'm a Catholic, but not practicing or very religious in general, so I don't feel justified wearing one.
 

Edward Appleby

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I've always put men's necklaces into the same mental category as wifebeaters.
 

javyn

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Funny you mention that Edward. When I do wear my cross, I usually wear it with one of my wifebeaters. They are colored, stylish wifebeaters though.
 

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skalogre

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Originally Posted by tiger02
They're great for irony's sake, when they fall onto the exposed skin of the woman of loose morals in your bed.

Tom


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At which point it either gets burned in to your skin or explodes?
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Need help I'm new to this forum !! I was recently looking at this chain it's 14 k yellow gold ! But I forgot to ask what the front of the chain was exactly lol ? Would it be white gold ? Or platinum??? Honestly have no clue ! Thanks in advance
 
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GBR

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Etsy?

There are one or two on there who supply solid silver chains, I have three, wrist, ankle and neck.
 
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