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    LadyNine
    Gazette Ambassador
    Pennsylvania

    https://www.hsn.com/products/bianca-milano-18-sterling-silver-paper-clip-link-chain-/9934508

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    #346779

    LadyNine
    Gazette Ambassador
    Pennsylvania

    3700 of these sold already!

    The paper clip chain is a very popular chain design in antique circles also. They were often watch chains.

    Some say that in 1940, students at Oslo University started wearing paperclips on their collars as a nonviolent symbol of resistance. But paperclip chains have been in use long before that.

    These are versatile and fun!

    #346781

    Michelle TVSQ
    Gazette Editor
    New York

    I didn’t know paper clip design is an old design!

    I thought it was new like safety pin designs that I saw a few years ago to symbolize “safe”. Maybe that’s vintage too? :teehee:

    I like paper clip designs because it has clean lines :twirlydance:

    #346782

    Michelle TVSQ
    Gazette Editor
    New York

    I like the yellow gold over silver option :love3:

    #346783

    Michelle TVSQ
    Gazette Editor
    New York

    Matching earrings! :heart:

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    #346784

    Michelle TVSQ
    Gazette Editor
    New York

    Matching bracelet! :dance-girl:

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    #346789

    LadyNine
    Gazette Ambassador
    Pennsylvania

    A lot of them in the Art Deco, but probably before that too, when links were used as money and you would remove them to pay someone in gold.

    I love the openwork of the design on these, and my favorite is also the yellow gold.

    #346793

    Michelle TVSQ
    Gazette Editor
    New York

    Then we would need to start with a rope length chain :hahaha:

    A lot of them in the Art Deco, but probably before that too, when links were used as money and you would remove them to pay someone in gold. I love the openwork of the design on these, and my favorite is also the yellow gold.

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