The Chanel Necklace

$352

SKU: HD1594-Z
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Excluding FK Petite styles, selecting a different medallion instead of purchasing the jewelry "as shown", your purchase is considered a custom order. Please see our policy regarding custom orders
  • *Medallion As Shown*

    This selection will honor whichever medallion is shown in the original piece Kande designed, keeping it an un-customized piece.
  • Bayonne

    Established in 1930, Café Negro is the last artisan coffee roaster in Bayonne. This medallion features the profile of Anne, the Duchess of Britain and Queen of France.
  • Bles D’Or

    In celebration of the Festival of Golden Wheat held in Maison-des-Champs, a tiny village of 36 inhabitants, located in Aube, part of the Champagne Ardenne region of France.
  • Centennial Fleur Stack

    In celebration of its centennial anniversary, a French bank based in Savoie, a town in the Western Alps, released this medallion. Stacked with our FK vintage watch fob.
  • Centennial Heart Stack

    In celebration of its centennial anniversary, a French bank based in Savoie, a town in the Western Alps, released this medallion. Stacked with our FK vintage watch fob.
  • Centennial Immaculate Stack

    In celebration of its centennial anniversary, a French bank based in Savoie, a town in the Western Alps, released this medallion. Stacked with our FK vintage watch fob.
  • Centennial Miel Stack Silver

    In celebration of its centennial anniversary, a French bank based in Savoie, a town in the Western Alps, released this medallion. Stacked with our FK vintage watch fob.
  • Centennial X Stack

  • Croix

    Created for the town of Croix in the Nord department of northern France, this medallion was used as a congratulatory gift. As translated, the back reads: From the municipality with its warmest congratulations.
  • Cuvee Royal

    This medallion was created in the 1960’s to celebrate Joseph Perrier Champagne which was first bottled in 1825.
  • Du Terre

    Created in support of the Land Forces of the Republique Francaise. This medallion’s artwork features a sword, floating over the country of France surrounded by several coats of arms.
  • Fabre

    Frassinet Cyprien Fabre was the “go to” company for trade and shipping in France. The Fabre family’s ships originated in the 15th century. Then a marriage between Jean Frassinet and Mathilde Cyprien Fabre extended the dynasty, which finally ended in 1979.
  • Fontenoy

    Carrying the name of the Battle of Fontenoy, a major engagement of the war of the Austrian Succession in 1745, this medallion was created within the country during the 1960’s.
  • L'Ange

    Commemorating the Inter-Allied Victory of WWI, this medallion features the Lady Angel of Mercy on the front and incorporates the flags of the Allied forces on the back where it also reads in French and Dutch: The Great War for Civilization.
  • Le Chevalier

    Chevalier is the French word for “knight” – and a knight on horseback is synonymous with the country’s history and love for horses. Today, France is home of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (a horse race commanding the largest international following with a prize of $5.2 million.
  • LES CHEVAUX

    Belgium celebrates a long history of horse breeding with a focus on warmblood and draft horses. Honoring improved breeding, this medallion was created in Limburg, formerly a part of the French Empire and now a province of Belgium
  • Liberty

    Styled after a French coin, the production of this medallion was originally commissioned in 1900 for one of France’s oldest insurance groups based in Besancon, the birthplace of Victor Hugo.
  • MAINE

    With classic French icons, this was created for the town of Maine, in the region of Normandy. With a fascinating history dating back to the 8th century. Maine is largely rural and devotes 80% of its land to livestock farming: cattle, horses, pigs and bees!
  • MARIE

    This popular perfumerie, which opened its doors in the heart of Paris carried the namesake of France’s most famous Queen, Marie Antoinette,
  • Mercier

    Founded in 1858 and based in the Epernay region of Champagne, the house produces both vintage and non-vintage cuvee (blends). Mercier owned the original rights to the name Dom Perignon, but gave the brand to Moet et Chandon in 1927 for a wedding between the two families.
  • Meteor

    Alsace is a historical region in Northeastern France. It has alternated between German and French control over the centuries and reflects a mix of both cultures. Meteor Brasserie is a local favorite, serving a variety of beverages from the region.
  • Ministry

    Awarded by the Ministry of the Interior, this medal features Marianne, a personification of liberty and reason during the newly born Republic. Also known as the Goddess of Liberty, the French people easily identified with her name and figure.
  • MONT JOYE

    Actress Grace Kelly went from Hollywood royalty to real-life royalty when she married Prince Rainier in 1956. A love story straight out of a fairy tale, both Prince and Princess are memorialized on this commemorative medallion from Monaco, circa 1960.
  • Pineau

    According to legend, during the harvest of 1589, a winemaker accidentally added wine to a barrel he believed was empty but in fact contained cognac. A few years later, the barrel was retrieved and was found to contain the drink that is now a French aperitif named Pineau.
  • PINEAU CROSS STACK

    According to legend, during the 1589 harvest, a winemaker accidentally added wine to a barrel he believed was empty but in fact contained cognac. Years later, the barrel was retrieved the drink is now a French aperitif named Pineau. Stacked with the FK fleur de lis cross.
  • Rex

    Created for a clothier in Selestat, a royal residence during the Carolinian dynasty. Adorning the image of Louis XIV and the title Rex Christianissimus, which was the hereditary and exclusive title given the Kings of France by the Catholic church.
  • REX CROSS MEDALLION

    Created for a clothier in Selestat, a royal residence during the Carolinian dynasty. Adorning the image of Louis XIV and the title Rex Christianissimus, which was the hereditary and exclusive title given the Kings of France by the Catholic church. Stacked with the FK fleur de lis cross.
  • Saint Anne

    St Anne is the Patron Saint of unmarried women, housewives, grandmothers, women in labor and horseback riders. People worldwide make the pilgrimage to the St Anne de Beaupre basilica in Quebec where people are said to have been miraculously cured.

This necklace features 17″ of our hand-curated Linen Mix, our exclusive FDL Teardrop bail, Side Cab bezel and Austrian Crystal Cuvee B medallion. Absolutely beautiful all by itself or layered with our other designs.

Strand Length: Short, 17″

Stone Size: 10 mm

Sterling Silver and Brass Plated

Cabochon Color: Silver

Each piece of French Kande is handmade in our Los Angeles studio by Californian artisans.

Shipping and exchanges

All French Kande is handmade to order and currently takes up to six business days to build, in addition to shipping time. After your order is created and shipped out, you will receive an email with tracking information.

We accept exchanges within 21 days of purchase, we do not accept returns. All custom orders are final sale, no exchanges or returns. All damages or shipment discrepancies must be reported within 24 hours of receipt of shipment; either by phone or email. Contact us if you have any questions.

International orders are subject to additional shipping.

Jewelry care and warranty

French Kande is plated in sterling silver, gold and brass, all hand-finished by California artisans. Many feature color variations and blemishes that contribute to their one-of-a-kind aesthetic. Keep your Kande dry and free of oils and fragrances to maintain the finish's integrity. Should it patina over time, use a polishing cloth to revive its luster. Do not use cleaners or polishing compounds as it will remove the oxidation resulting in a brightened, shiny finish.