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Horseshoe Pendant in and Cubic Zirconia

Horseshoe Pendant in and Cubic Zirconia
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  • Buy New: $29.00
  • as of 1/23/2017 04:43 CST details
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  • Seller:EvesAddiction
  • Sales Rank:323,698
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0
  • Dimensions (in):16 x 0.1 x 0.1
  • MPN:NLZ10067
  • ASIN:B0009EP7V4
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Synopsis
This Silver-Tone horseshoe pendant is exquisite in its design. Round, brilliant cut white cubic zirconias are set in Silver-Tone to create the horseshoe pendant. The rolo chain measures 16 inches with a 2" extender. The horseshoe pendant drops an additional 0.5 inch. The Silver-Tone is Silver-Tone-Tone finished, giving the necklace the look of diamonds set in platinum. This horseshoe necklace would make a great gift for any lover of equestrian jewelry.
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