Pendant necklaces from Elissa Halloran Designs

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A plethora of pendants.

By Amy Brozio-Andrews

What?

Pendant necklaces from Elissa Halloran.

Who is it for?

Pretty much any woman who likes pendant necklaces can find one to suit her taste. You'll find colorful glass pendants, carved and natural pieces as well as art like Kahlo and Modigliani, strung on black cord. If you can't decide, you can always go with a gift certificate.

Where?

Elissa Halloran Designs
229 Lark Street, Albany
(518) 432-7090

How much?

Less than $20. Seriously. Some as low as $12

Also try:

Check out the luxuriously soft Cocoon House scarves in rich winter colors, $34 each.

Find It

Elissa Halloran
229 Lark Street
Albany, NY 12210

(518) 432-7090

Holiday Hours:
Sunday 11 to 5, Monday 10 to 7, Tuesday 10 to 7, Wednesday 10 to 7, Thursday 10 to 8,
Friday 10 to 7, Saturday 10 to 6.
Closing at 5pm on xmas eve
Closed on the 25th & 26th. Reopening at 11am on the 27th.

Comments

Elissa's store is awesome. My latest find there are these celluloid charms that she turned into earrings. The charms (animals, objects, people) are from the 1920s-40s and you could get them out of gumball machines. Clever and fun gift idea.

I love Elissa's store, and stop in for inspiration and *good stuff* every time I'm in Albany.

I also love that she features local artists. It's one of my favorite Lark stops.

Incredible finds and best customer service. Completed many of my "hard to buy for" on my list. Elissa and her staff help you shop and wrap, and her whimsical items put a smile on your face the whole time you're shopping. Shop local - it will hasten our return to prosperity.

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