So many fish in the sea. You’ve caught a large majority of them in this statement necklace that has the appearance of a fish-school or fish-in-a-net. It’s a multi-layer piece of art, a loop of delicate gold chains, and caught within are 1-inch gold pendants. This is a treasure for those in love with the Big Blue or those who need a Hollywood glamour necklace.
Keep it simple. You are wearing a statement necklace. Rather than dressing up your neckline with a scarf, use this gold necklace can substitute! It looks best when the neckline of a shirt, dress, or blouse is low—although it still works with a boat neck. We imagine this will go over big at a poolside Slim Aarons-style fête.
Henri Matisse was fascinated with goldfish. They appeared in almost a dozen paintings. To him, they were a calming influence on the mind. He looked at goldfish and daydreamed.
Goldfish, aka Carassius auratus, are a version of wild carp.
Goldfish came to Europe from Asia in the 1600s, making their way to America in the 1800s.
There are about 125 varieties today. They can learn, they have memory, and can even distinguish between a Stravinsky composition and a Bach one, according to one study.