01-20-2014 02:42 PM
I watched part of Sunday's Bronzo show with Lisa. She presented a short black spinel necklace THAT HAD THE CLASP ON THE LEFT INSTEAD OF THE RIGHT SIDE of the necklace. She admits this was clearly a mistake in manufacturing so just turn the necklace to the front and look in a mirror to close it!!!! I laughed out loud. Why would I spend my money on a piece of jewelry that was not made correctly.
Quality control? Why wasn't the entire quantity of this piece sent back to Italy to be done correctly ???
01-20-2014 02:46 PM
There was a bracelet that I got recently, forget exactly what it was. But the way I put on clasp bracelets, the clasp was put on backwards. It made it difficult to get on, especially because it was made too snug anyway. I sent it back. Agree with you -- those necklaces should have been sent back to the manufacturer.
01-20-2014 03:12 PM
Maybe it was designed for left-handed people, like some can openers.
RE bracelet clasps, well, there are different ways to put on a bracelet. And, two wrists to choose from.
I'm beginning to think that people just like to complain. All. The. Time. About everything.
01-20-2014 03:48 PM
A left-handed necklace! What's not to like?
I wouldn't buy it because I don't buy costume jewelry, but I never even noticed which side a clasp was on. I just clasp it.
I'm left-handed so maybe I've been ignorantly clasping right-handed clasps all these years. hehe
01-20-2014 04:40 PM
On 1/20/2014 Pagan said:
I didn't even know there was a 'right' side.
I put my chains on any old way, I don't think it makes a difference which side has the clasp.
I am right handed. I cannot put a necklace on where the clasp is on the left side, meaning I have to open the clasp with my left hand.
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