How do you wear chokers

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11/12/2011 - 8:28 pm

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Hello.
I like to wear a choker with a pendant. Unfortunately, my first one tore and tended to buckle. The second one does not bend much, but flakes off after less than a year of wear. Now I need a new choker, what could I use?
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11/12/2011 - 8:32 pm

# 3 Tradition is keeping the fire and not worshiping the ashes (Uli Haass after Mahler)

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11/12/2011 - 8:39 pm

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Hi, thanks for the replies. I try to upload photos, but it doesn't work, I don't know what the problem is. I don't know if you call it a choker. It's kind of a stiff necklace ... to put it that way. Silver.
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11/12/2011 - 8:43 pm

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Here I have an example of a "stiff" collar made of 750 gg with a smoky quartz with rutile needles (edge ​​length approx 60 mm) and diamonds.
Stefan
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11/12/2011 - 8:48 pm

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Quote written by kaa
It's kind of a stiff necklace ... to put it that way. Silver.

sounds like omega ripe. Actually a chain, but relatively stiff. Something like that:
http://www2.hobra.at/isob076.jpg
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11/12/2011 - 8:54 pm

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Corded sounds right. Yes, exactly paw, this one has creased and is torn and a similar but angular "peeling" off.
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11/12/2011 - 9:05 pm

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So, after I did that with the photos .. Stefan, do you have a photo where you can see the choker better? And, clear your throat, do you have it in silver too?
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11/12/2011 - 9:08 pm

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the photo is from analogue times and only scanned in once. in silver, the part should be a bit stronger but made of nickel-free stainless steel it is also quite delicate. it has a "click lock" on the front.
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11/12/2011 - 9:27 pm

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Such an omega ring is usually not suitable as a pendant chain. Something like this should be worn as a simple bracelet for reasons like the one you have experienced.

For an adapted real choker you would have to know the size of the pendant loop so that it fits or is made to fit.
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11/12/2011 - 9:43 pm

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Oh, I thought that's what the chains are for. Basically it doesn't matter whether it's stainless steel or silver, but I tend to prefer silver. Doesn't have to be filigree, it should be suitable for trailers. The smallest eyelet is about 4mm.
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11/13/2011 - 12:08 pm

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The question is, what does the trailer look like and, above all, how heavy is it? With the pendant eyelet, the question is, is the 4 mm inner diameter, which would be relevant, or the outer diameter?
I have a silver tone ring for this pendant. What is the difference to the Omega ripe is not entirely conclusive to me. But I've had it for almost 10 years now and nothing leaves the pages and with normal interaction, it doesn't bend.
Is 2 mm thick, round and with a soldered bayonet lock.
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