Bling, bling! Greensboro Goodwill puts donated $6K diamond necklace to good use

A North Carolina Goodwill store received a generous donation from a Greensboro resident -- a diamond necklace.

If that reads like no big deal, consider this -- the necklace has 176 diamonds on it.

Staff at Triad Goodwill have placed the necklace, which is described as a 17-inch, 18-karat white gold scalloped collar, up for auction on its website.

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The total appraised replacement value stands at $6,480 and includes the appraisal document.

The current bid is just over $6,000 and bidding ends Thursday.

If you would like to place a bid or view the necklace, you can visit Goodwill's auction website.

Goodwill will use the money from the sale to assist in providing free and low-cost job training and placement services to job seekers.

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