Carrie Name Necklace In Your Name
Carrie Name Necklace Product Specifications
Carrie Sex And The City 2 ANY Name Necklace In Your Name
• Carrie Name Necklace In Your Name!
• Order it with YOUR Name!
• Choose Any Letters Or Numbers up to 10 characters
• Available in
- - 925 Sterling Silver,
- - Yellow Gold Plated Silver,
- - 10K Yellow Gold
- - White or Yellow 14K Gold
• Comes with FREE Beaded or Cable chain
• Name Necklace With Mirror polished finish
• First letter capitalized, remainder in lower case
• Custom Made For You - Allow 2 weeks for delivery
Inspired by Carrie Bradshaw, from Sex and the City 2 , this classic SATC name necklace is a must have!
This is the classic name necklace. This particular style comes in 10K Yellow Gold, 14K Yellow OR 14K White Gold, Yellow Gold Plated Sterling Silver or 925 Sterling Silver. It’s easy to personalize your own necklace. Besides your name, you can get creative and use your nickname or a word that has special meaning for you.
Give the perfect unique personalized jewelry gift that will last forever with this Solid Gold NamePlate Pendant!
Comes with a FREE 18 inch chain (Beaded or Cable) making your personalized jewelry ready to wear!
Size: 1 1/4 Inch Wide x 3/8 Inch High (Depending on amount of letters)
Material: Solid Silver, 10K Gold, 14K Gold
Finish: High Polished Mirror Finish
Total Metal Weight: 1.60 grams (Depending on amount of letters)
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Background Information: The fun, the fashion, the friendship Sex and the City 2 brings it all back and more as Carrie Sarah Jessica Parker Samantha Kim Cattrall Charlotte Kristin Davis and Miranda Cynthia Nixon take another bite out of The Big Apple New York City and beyond carrying on with their busy lives and loves in a sequel that truly sparkles sex and the city 2, SATC sex and the city two, sex and the city, sex & the city, sex, city, sarah jessica parker, kim cattrall, kristin davis, cynthia nixon, carrie bradshaw, samantha jones, charlotte york, miranda hobbes, mr. big, manhattan, new york, new york city, hbo, sequel, comedy, drama, film, movie, cinema, warner bros, warner bros pictures, wb, village roadshow. S is for SEX AND THE CITY - C is for CARRIE - SEX AND THE CITY. Check out our SEX AND THE CITY collection of pendants for you and your girlfriends! Sex and the City Style. A collection of jewelry as featured on Sex and the City. Name jewelry has been around forever. It was a major fad in the 80s but recently experienced a revival. Sarah Jessica Parker wore name jewelry when she played the character of Carrie in HBO’s hit series Sex and the City. This sparked a huge interest in name jewelry. Name jewelry, because of its association with the 80s, gives an outfit a retro feeling. It also hints at a cool punk edge. Many trends from the 80s besides name jewelry are also making a return to fashion. Stores are again selling bright colors, shimmery metallic fabrics, and even leg warmers! This is the classic name necklace. This particular style comes in 10K, 14K yellow gold, or sterling silver. It’s easy to personalize your own necklace. Besides your name, you can get creative and use your nickname or a word that has special meaning for you. Merchandise being hot after the release of a movie is nothing unheard of! After super-hero action, the ladies take the bow and register some nifty accessories to their name. Yes! we're talking about the femme fatales of the TV Show-turned-movie, Sex and the City. These apple for your eyes are available here. The C for Carrie is an instant hit among customers and you cannot wonder why for it’s as feminine as Bradshaw in a pink dress! Sport these around your neck and up your glamor quotient instantly! A New York writer on sex and love is finally getting married to her Mr. Big. But her three best girlfriends must console her after one of them inadvertently leads Mr. Big to jilt her. The movie was released ten years after the series first aired and four years after the series ended. Four beautiful female New Yorkers gossip about their sex-lives (or lack thereof) and find new ways to deal with being a woman in the 90's. Sex and the City is a multiple Emmy Award, Golden Globe award–winning popular American cable television program. The original run of the show was broadcast on HBO from 1998 until 2004, for a total of six seasons. Set in New York City, the show focuses on four mid-thirties (and one who is in her mid-forties by the end) female characters. The sitcom had serialized story lines, as well as dramatic elements and tackled socially-relevant issues, often specifically dealing with women in society in the late 1990s, and how changing roles and definitions for women affected the characters. The show was primarily filmed at New York City's Silvercup Studios and on location in and around Manhattan. Since it ended, the show has been aired in syndication on networks such as TBS, WGN, The CW, and many other local stations. However, basic cable outlets edit out certain explicit show content that was broadcast in the original version. The show was based in part on writer Candace Bushnell's book of the same name, compiled from her column with the New York Observer. Bushnell has stated in several interviews[specify] that the Carrie Bradshaw in her columns is her alter ego; when she wrote the "Sex and the City" essays, she used her own name initially; for privacy reasons, however, she created the character of Carrie Bradshaw, a woman who was also working as a writer and living in New York City. Carrie also has the same initials, which reiterates her connection with Bushnell. Darren Star, the show's creator, paid $50,000 to Bushnell for complete rights to her columns. The show "bears only a passing resemblance to its source material"; the columns were "darker and more cynical" than the "gentler" series that Star produced. According to Sex and the City: Kiss and Tell, by Amy Sohn, Star wanted to create a show that expressed true adult comedy, sex, in an up-front way. The narrative of the show focuses on Carrie and her three best friends. The women discuss their sexual desires and fantasies, and their travails in life and love. The show often depicts frank discussions about romance and sexuality, particularly in the context of being a single woman in her mid-thirties. Each episode in SATC season one features a short montage of interviews of people living in New York City regarding topics discussed in that episode. These continue through season two but were then phased out. Another feature that would eventually be scrapped was Carrie breaking the fourth wall (for example, looking into the camera and speaking to the audience directly, also known in older drama as an aside). Bradshaw would question scenarios and ideas, asking the audience for an opinion or insight on different situations. The pilot, however, also had the characters of Miranda and Charlotte as well as a few minor characters speaking directly to the camera/audience. The last such event by Carrie occurs in episode 3 of the SATC second season, "The Freak Show". The method of expressing inner monologues was shifted exclusively to voiceovers by Carrie in future episodes. Her main narration usually revolves around the premise of that week's "article", where she sums up her thoughts with, "I couldn't help but wonder...". As she says that, her computer monitor is shown while she is typing the text of her voiceover, ending up with the theme of the episode expressed as a question such as, "Are we sluts?" or "Can you really have sex without politics?" Characters Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Charlotte York, Miranda Hobbes, Mr. Big, Aleksandr Petrovsky, Aidan Shaw, Steve Brad, Harry Goldenblatt, Smith Jerrod, Jack Berger, Stanford Blatch, Anthony Marentino, Trey MacDougal, Richard Wright. Carrie Bradshaw Played By Sarah Jessica Parker. "The only thing I've ever successfully made in the kitchen is a mess. And several small fires." - Carrie No one captures the lives of the lovelorn and the love-seeking in New York City better than columnist Carrie Bradshaw does. As fodder for her column, single and fabulous Carrie looks to the experiences of her best friends and her own. Never shying away from difficult or delicate subjects, Carrie has covered everything from emotional dependence to sexual independence. And somehow, through all her research and realizations, she's remained open to the possibility of finding love among the ruins. Of all her paramours over the past few years, no one has captured and frustrated Carrie's heart as much as Mr. Big. Their sexual chemistry was undeniable, as was the fact that Big would never fully commit to Carrie. And every time Carrie mustered up the strength to say goodbye, there he was, driving up in his chauffeured car and luring her back with his charm. Until he married. Then, along came the anti-Big, Aidan Shaw - good-hearted, good-looking, emotionally honest and ready to commit. Carrie fell for Aidan's authentic charm. Still, the bad girl in her couldn't sever itself from Big and she embarked on a torrid affair with her married ex. When she came to her senses and ended the clandestine tryst, she confessed to Aidan and watched him and his broken heart walk away. Until Season Four, that is, when Carrie and Aidan were reunited - each a little older and wiser. However, at each step forward in the relationship - living together and then getting engaged - Carrie was overcome with doubt. She struggled to quiet her fears, but ultimately realized she wasn't quite ready. When Aidan pushed her, she realized he still did not trust her and the relationship ended with heartbreak and a desperate need for a bank loan. Single again, Carrie turned to getting her life in order. She moved from being a "renter" to an "owner" and put her career on a new track with a job at the mecca of fashion journalism, Vogue. Nothing signaled the "end of an era" more than Big's decision to move to Napa, California. Carrie said goodbye to her past and faced her future with renewed strength and hope. In Season Five, Carrie struggled to define herself - and her weekly column - outside of a relationship. With the publishing of a book of her past columns, her career became front and center. Yet despite of or perhaps because of her professional success, Carrie became increasingly cynical about love. Upon meeting fellow writer Jack Berger, she felt that unmistakable "spark" - but Jack was spoken for. On a book tour to California, Carrie reunited with Big for a night and satisfied her longing for some sexual satisfaction. But realized, that even no-strings-attached sex with Big is never simple. Back in New York, Carrie crossed paths with Jack again and learned he was newly single. After a promising flirtation in the Hamptons, Berger got nervous and backed off. But while dancing at a wedding the two decided to overcome their fears and go out on a date before breaking up. Unforunately, as we learned in Season Six, Berger wasn't Carrie's perfect man. Despite the seemingly ideal pairing of two professional writers, Berger just couldn't cope with Carrie's growing success. Carrie's luck with men stayed consistent (consistently bad) with a horrible fling with a friend of Harry's, followed by a heartbreaking experience with Big. Then, when she least expected it, Ms. Bradshaw met the world-renowned artist Aleksandr Petrovsky, a man that seems to have swept her off her feet with his European charm and natural charisma. Perhaps the mysterious Russian will prove to be the man that will finally be able to keep up with Carrie for good. The fun, the fashion, the friendship Sex and the City 2 SATC brings it all back and more as Carrie Sarah Jessica Parker Samantha Kim Cattrall Charlotte Kristin Davis and Miranda Cynthia Nixon take another bite out of The Big Apple New York City and beyond carrying on with their busy lives and loves in a sequel that truly sparkles sex and the city 2, sex and the city two, SATC, sex and the city, sex & the city, sex, city, sarah jessica parker, kim cattrall, kristin davis, cynthia nixon, carrie bradshaw, samantha jones, charlotte york, miranda hobbes, mr. big, manhattan, new york, new york city, hbo, sequel, comedy, drama, film, movie, cinema, warner bros, warner bros pictures, wb, village roadshow, Carrie, name, necklace, custom, Sex, City, 2,HBO, Carrie, Jessica, Parker, Gold, Name, Plate, Pendant, Bradshaw, jessica, parker, carrie, carri, carry, kari, karie
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|Metal Type||10K Yellow Gold, 14K Yellow Gold, 14K White Gold, 925 Sterling Silver, Gold Bathed Silver|
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All measurements are approximate and may vary slightly from the listed dimensions. T.W. (total weight) is approximate. For Example: 1/2 carat T.W. may be .45 to .58 carat, 1 carat T.W. may be .95 to 1.10 carat. JewelryByNET.com is not responsible for typographical errors. Images represent style only and are not actual size. Product Images are not actual size. Please read the size specifications displayed with the product.
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