Crew-neck chain 18kt gold

2500 EUR

This slim chain necklace is part of TOTEME's debut fine jewelry collection. It's crafted in Arezzo, Italy with fine forzatina links that are meticulously finished with lozenge edges for a sparkling effect. Note how it sits just below the neck, bringing to mind the neckline of a crew-neck T-shirt.


  • Gold
  • Lozenge-edged forzatina links
  • Lobster clasp, stamped logo
  • 100% Recycled 18kt yellow gold
  • Care instructions and protective packaging included
  • Complimentary annual polishing and cleaning for fine jewelry
  • Length 40cm
  • Style number 241-WJF2156-AC0003

Shipping to Germany

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  • Extended 30 day returns for the Holiday season

Taxes and duties are included in the product price.

  • DPD Standard Home delivery: 2-4 business days, Free
  • UPS Standard: 2-4 business days, 15 EUR
  • UPS Express: 1-2 business days, 20 EUR
  • UPS Next Day Delivery, 35 EUR


Please note, orders need to be canceled within 1 hour. 

We have a 14 day returns policy, from the day you receive your order. This applies to full priced and sale items.

Orders placed between November 13 and December 23 can be returned until January 12.

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If you want to exchange an item for a different size or color, please return it and place a new order.

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The manufacturer and materials used in this piece are certified by the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) and the Chain of Custody (COC) standard.

The manufacturer is additionally certified by the RJC's Code of Practices (COP) standard, ISO 9001, ISO 45001, and S.A.G.O.R.'s Certificazione Aggiuntiva.

The fair trade, conflict-free diamonds used for this piece are certified by the Kimberley Process.

This piece is hypoallergenic and free from nickel.

  • Manufacturer: Novart S.P.A.
  • Made in Italy

Learn more about TOTEME’s sustainability ambitions and what steps have been taken so far here.