Colourful Malaga necklace: thick or thin?

Hope everyone is enjoying the festive season. Meanwhile away from the hustle and bustle of London I’m saving the money by not participating in the sales (although not entirely sure it’s a good idea…) and contemplating about our necklaces.

In fact today I wanted to ponder about our Malaga necklace. One of the best sellers from our collections, loved by the customers around the world. Here’s the image to refresh your memory:
Malaga necklace by Jolita Jewellery, braided necklace in bright rainbow colours with orange and blue crystalsWe made quite a few colour versions of this particular piece and I recently wrote a post about it.

But what I really wanted to contemplate about is not really the colours of this beautiful necklace, but rather the thickness of the braid. We recently started making the braids much thicker, not sure why…perhaps influenced by the winter… I personally like the thick braid as it gives the necklace this luxury feel. However this might not be everyone’s cup of tea. Here are a couple of the images with a thicker braid.
Colourful necklace with dip-dyed silk in purple, yellow and turquoise and crystals hand-painted in orange and blueColourful necklace with dip-dyed silk in purple, yellow and turquoise and crystals hand-painted in orange and blue

Colourful necklace with dip-dyed silk in purple, yellow and turquoise and crystals hand-painted in orange and blue

And here’s what the necklace looked like originally, back in a summer time with a thinner braid:
Colourful necklace with dip-dyed silk in purple, yellow and turquoise and crystals hand-painted in orange and blueColourful statement necklace made with silks and crystalsNot sure if you can clearly tell the difference between the two braids, but hopefully the pictures gave some idea.  So what are your preferences, the thicker or the thinner version of the braid?

Jolita x

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