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CZ Horseshoe Jewelry Gift Set

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  • Sales Rank:13,644,320
  • Dimensions (in):0.4 x 0.3 x 0.4
  • MPN:X13-30315S
  • Model:X13-30315S
  • ASIN:B000FXSQ6C

Features:
  • Featuring pave set, round-cut stones. The earrings are approximately .4 inches long by .3 inches wide, and the necklace is approximately .6 inches wide.
  • This necklace arrives with an 18 inch chain.

Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
Gift sets are sure to please every jewelry lover on your list.Horseshoe set features pave set, round-cut stones. The earrings are approximately .4 inches long by .3 inches wide, and the necklace is approximately .6 inches wide. This necklace arrives with an 18 inch chain. If you would like to request a different chain, please contact Customer Service via phone (800-652-5002 or 619-528-9100) or email (info@emitations.com). *Note: 16" chains are free of charge, any other sizes must be purchased separately.*Jewelry set cannot be partially returned or exchanged. 100% of the complete set needs to be returned whether it's being exchanged or refunded. If exchanged, we will resend out the entire set.FYI: This item is a part of our Nickel Free Collection! Metal: .925 sterling silver jewelry, Rhodium electroplated Stone: Cubic Zirconia Cut: Round cut jewelry Setting: Prong set Dimensions: Earrings are approx. 0.4 i.n long by 0.3 in. wide, Necklace is approx. .6 in. in. wide Earring Backing: Pierced, post backing
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