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Sterling-silver Yellow-gold Black Hills Gold Horse-shoe-and horse-head Tie-tac and Lapel Pin

Sterling-silver Yellow-gold Black Hills Gold Horse-shoe-and horse-head Tie-tac and Lapel Pin
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  • Buy New: $87.99
  • as of 1/24/2017 15:32 CST details
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  • Seller:Rich Peel Enterprise LLC
  • Sales Rank:751,044
  • MPN:MR662
  • Model:MR662
  • ASIN:B0009RK2W0
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Features:
  • Beautiful Authentic Black Hills Gold
  • Horse shoe with yellow gold Horse head and Black Hills Gold Leaves
  • Lapel Pin isTie-tac or a Great gift for your Horse Lover Friends!
  • Horse head is 10k yellow-gold and the horse shoe is solid sterling silver.
  • Lifetime warranty from the manufacturer.

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Synopsis
Beautiful Authentic Black Hills Gold Horse shoe with yellow gold Horse head and Black Hills Gold Leaves. For the Horse lover this tie-pin is a great gift It can also be used as a lapel pin. Horse head is 10k yellow-gold and the horse shoe is solid sterling silver. From top to bottom it is about 5/8 inch. It has a pressure clasp along with a chain catch for a shirt button hole. The detail and workmanship on this item is beautiful. Lifetime warranty from the manufacturer.
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