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Rose Gold Romance Necklace

Learn how to make a necklace with a rose gold hue!

Updated October 08, 2019
Rose Gold Romance Necklace
Rose Gold Romance Necklace
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Bring vintage glamor to the modern world with this Rose Gold Romance Necklace pattern. This breathtaking DIY necklace design would look equally appropriate adorning the neckline of a gentlewoman in a 19th-century drawing room or gracing the collar of a modern-day starlet strolling the red carpet. The use of rose gold findings and filigree accents gives this piece an extra feminine touch, while the mix of pearls and faceted beads add equal parts sparkle and shine. Beading designs and patterns with such soft elegance are a rare gem, and this necklace pattern is certainly one to be treasured.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeCrystal, Pearl

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeNecklace

Easy

Materials List

  • (2) #7723501- 6pc 11X8mm Crystazzi Oval- Crystal
  • (2) #7723101- 7pc 9X6mm Crystazzi Oval- Crystal
  • #3949419- 1pc 18" Link Chain- Rose Gold Plate
  • #71369072- 25pc 35mm Eye Pin- Rose Gold Plate
  • #71369036- 10pc 9mm Filigree Bead Cap- Rose Gold Plate
  • #71369044- 10pc 8x3.5mm Antique Wheel Spacer- Rose Gold Plate
  • #71369038- 10pc 6x4.5mm Squish Filigree- Rose Gold Plate
  • #3949466- 1 Set 10mm Band Accent Toggle- Rose Gold Plate
  • #71369065- 4pc 25x29mm Filigree Chandelier- Rose Gold Plate
  • #3949425- 38pc 2x3mm Rose Gold Crimp Bead
  • #3949448- 16pc 6mm Open Jump Ring- Rose Gold Plate
  • #7120218- 50pc 8mm Round Pearl Strand- Chocolate
  • #7120118- 68pc 6mm Round Pearl Strand- Chocolate
  • #34722102- 58pc 10mm Round Pearl White
  • #3202002- 40' .3mm 7-Strand Bead Wire- Silver
  • #4458 Round Nose Pliers
  • #4501 Crimping Pliers
  • #4457 Wire Cutters

Instructions

  1. Cut six 1-inch and one 2-1/2-inch lengths of chain.

  2. Make the four 8mm pearl links and the four bead caps/10mm pearl links. Thread the bead(s) onto an eye pin and form a loop.

  3. Link the chain and beaded links together as shown in the illustration. Attach one end of the chain/links to a chandelier using a jump ring. Attach the other end of the chain/links to the bar end of the toggle using a jump ring. Connect the round toggle end to a chandelier using a jump ring.

  4. Cut a 7-inch and an 11-inch length of beading wire.

  5. Use a crimp tube to attach the 7-inch wire to the inside loop of a chandelier. Thread the bead pattern onto the wire (use the smaller ovals). Use a crimp tube to attach the wire to the inside loop of the other chandelier.

  6. Make the 10 oval beaded links (use the larger ovals). Link them together and attach the ends to the center links of the chandeliers.

  7. Use a crimp tube to attach the 11-inch wire to the outside loop of a chandelier. Thread the bead pattern onto the wire (use the smaller ovals). Use a crimp tube to attach the beading wire to the outside loop of the other chandelier.

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Does anyone have any idea on the length of this beauty?

Great tutorial. I love the romantic period look of this necklace. It is modern yet classic. Thanks for providing all of the materials listings and instructions on this one page. My internet is really slow today so it helps when I dont have to click too many different links.

Wow, with the very detailed directions on this you can't go wrong. It's so easy to follow. You get a list of beads, tools and then a diagram. The only thing left is for the designer to come to your home and make it for you! I love the elegant look and you can do it in so many different color combos. This is a great design. Thank you so much for offering it and adding all the helpful directions.

Rose gold is my favorite!! Seriously I love everything about this DIY necklace pattern!

Little did I realize by looking at this beauty that it would be not be to difficult to make. This is a very elegant necklace from the beads all the way to the chain. Never heard of rose gold plated. Where can I get them? This is a good tutorial to help you to make this gem. I can see it worn with a deep rounded black dress. The chocolate and crystal beads are so elegant. a real winner.

the "triple starlight" is the name7

Golden Rose Elegance

Sophisticated Lady

I would call this "Elegant Pearl Necklace in Rose Gold"

I would name this Opera Night.

Chocolate Roses

I would call it the Golden Rose Necklace.

String one, Pearl one.

I believe 'Cascade' would be my choice it is just a cascade of beauty and light. Lovely necklace for sure

"Neutral Harmony"

"The Elegance of Rose" would be my name for this beauty - but I'm already envisioning many pallets for this wonderful necklace!

I think Mother Nature is an appropiate name for this beautiful necklace. When I made it, all the components seemed to come from some part of nature.

"Crystal & Rose Gold Glamour" is my descriptive title.

Another good name would be : Pearls on the side. Because of they way they put the slide hook on the side instead of the back.

Diamonds and pearls drop

I think the perfect name for this would be..."19th century on the EDGE".

I think it should be called "Crystal Palace" cause it's so beautiful!

Modern Love

This is such a romantic piece. I would call it "Golden Rose Romance"

Golden Whimsy

Pearls and Ice

Crystal Queen

Gatsby's Girl

Vintage glory

"Royal Elegance"

I'd call this 'Shimmer and Shine'.

Rose Gold Filly

Crystal/Pearl Dream

Royalty Necklace

"Jazz Age"

"Pink Perfection"

Golden pearls

I would name this "Simple Elegance". Has both a vintage look and a modern feel.

I would name it "Fallin Waters"

Call It "Triple Glam"

Duchess's tea time

I think a good name for this necklace is "Sideworks" because the closer is on the side or it can be put in the back with the triple strand on the side.

I think of "Victorian Elegance" when I see it

I would call this beauty "PINK ICE". Awesome!

I would call it the "Rose Gold, Pearl, and Crystal Crowning Glory Necklace."

I think "Victorian Charm"

I think I like Queen's Lace

I would name it "Pearlicious".

I would name it Morning Smile

I would call this beautiful necklace "Vintage Flaire".

I would name it Desert Caravan

crystal rose

I would call it - Heaven

I would name it Iced Plum

Lush

I think the name of this beautiful necklace should be "Sweet Rose".

Diamonds and Pearls! It is a beautiful necklace!

champagne on ice

i tried to put a # 5 up but it wouldn't cooperate

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