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Long & heavy
from QUALICUM BEACH
Ordered the red, they are not red, they are reddy brown colour. Also, longer than stated in description and uncomfortably heavy. Pulled my earlobs down and couldn't wear them so sent them back. Of course, I have to loose my shipping costs and am out that money now, not too pleased to say the least. Some of this jewellery from TSC is getting worse quality all the time.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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( 4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
High Quality Item in Nice Package
from LOrignal Ontario
These are a bit bigger than I thought from the photo. Actual size is 2 5/8 inches long and 7/8 inches wide. A bit heavier than I thought also. On the other hand, they are very well made, the finish is very nice, and they come in a red KJL box with a red fabric KJL bag and brochure, and each earring is in a separate plastic bag so they don't get scratched. Metal is a nice shiny gold tone and not cheap looking. "Gem" bits are resin. Pierced post earrings with round comfort clutches. I got them to match my same KJL necklace. Quite a lovely "statement" set.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
( 2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Love to Dangle
from Kamloops, BC
What a great pair of earrings. Nicely made, easy wearing and colours couldn't be better. Recently I purchased a book called Vintage Jewellery Design - Classics to Collect & Wear. Featured in the 1960's: POP Goes the Future section is Mr. Lane(see page 136). The jewellery shown is to die for!!