I have a Hallmark pendant on a chain that my grandchildren gave me a year or more ago and the chain tarnished and took on a metallic odor. Hallmark replaced the chain with one that was too fine to handle the pendant and it broke. I want to get a new chain but can't find one that the clasp will fit through the hole in the pendant. What can I do to solve this problem? Is there some sort of clasp that would allow me to put the pendant on and off a chain so the chain can be used for another piece? Thank you
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