Multi-pendant necklaces won’t be told to stick to the simple stuff. When you hear their name, you might think of a slender chain, with two dangling decorations sitting together at the piece’s lowest point, weighing the chain into a pretty V. Or you might think of three or four or more such charms building up on the chain, and this, too, is a multi-pendant necklace. But go further. Imagine a necklace with more than one strand, and a pendant on each one. Imagine a pendant of stone, suspended from a pendant of sterling silver, suspended from another of stone. Picture a dainty chain, with a dozen gemstones hanging from fixed points at regular intervals about the neck. All of these are multi-pendant necklaces, whether they feature centerpieces of stone, silver or gold, or have no centerpiece at all, but spread the spotlight across the length of the strand. In the designs of Jes MaHarry alone you’ll see styles similar to almost everything described above, while Ananda Khalsa and Rebecca Lankford create more streamlined designs, the better to feature the select materials that they include in their works. Multi-pendant necklaces allow our designers to do all of this and more—so much more, you’ll just have to look through our collection to see.