Crossed Paths Friendship Necklace

$140.00

In Stock

This design is retiring from our active line and once the remaining stock is sold, it will no longer be available. Cross your heart to be friends forever with the Crossed Path Friendship Necklace. Traditionally a Native American symbol for friendship and peace, the crossed arrows are crafted with careful details and are an enduring reminder of the friends and values you hold dear.

Product Specifications:
  • Sterling Silver
  • Adjustable up to 18" in length
  • 1 1/8" wide
  • Lobster Clasp
  • Retiring Design

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  1. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Necklace but I love ALL James Avery

    I bought this necklace for my best friend who is 100% Indian and myself. She is wearing it in the picture. We love it. It is her first James Avery piece. I have several James Avery pieces starting with a wedding band bought after couple years of marriage with verse of Ruth which happened to be in our wedding vows we wrote! I have been married 31 years. James Avery holds up!

  2. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    wonderful!

    Bought this as a gift to myself absolutely love it perfect length to wear it layered or alone!

  3. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love this necklace!!

    I just bought this & I love it!!! I also bought it for 2 of my friends & they love it. The length is perfect! Great by itself or can be layered. So pleased!!!

  4. star empty_star empty_star empty_star empty_star 1.0 out of 5 stars

    NOT even close to long enough

    I bought this as a Birthday gift for my Best friend and although it says "Adjustable" to 18" ... that's nowhere near long enough. it would have to be at least 24". 18" would be good for a 9 year old child not a 29 year old adult.
    Over the years I have bought a lot of charms and am always pleased. This was very depressing that I wasted over $100 and now it's useless.
    I am VERY disappointed. I chose this one specifically because the crossed arrows were attached to the chain.