It's Complicated #8 Repurposed 6 Strand Necklace
These multi-strand necklaces are all the rage and I love how disheveled they look. Like you didn't care. But you know you do.
So, here's the deal...you can sort of straighten this out to make it more tame (see 4th photo) but the more fun way is to hold this by one end and spin and twist it up and then put it on. (See photo #1 and #2). These 6 strands are all connected on each end with one clasp. If you keep spinning it can even be a choker.
This necklace has 3 different vintage watch chains - well, 4...let me explain. There is one long gold tone watch chain and a shorter one with squished links; then a strand I created with 2 different silver tone watch chains joined together with a vintage super-sparkly, faceted clear glass connector; 2 vintage rhinestone chokers - one has light blue and darker blue stones, the other is a perfectly-patina'd clear glass prong set strand. The last strand is vintage ball and chain.
Overall length is approx. 18" but as you twist and tangle it will get shorter.