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14k White Gold Journey Diamond Horseshoe Pendant Necklace (.19 cttw, I-J Color, I2-I3 Clarity), 17.5"

14k White Gold Journey Diamond Horseshoe Pendant Necklace (.19 cttw, I-J Color, I2-I3 Clarity), 17.5"
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  • List Price: $105.80
  • Buy New: $102.91
  • as of 3/26/2017 23:43 CDT details
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  • Seller:Amazon.com
  • Sales Rank:1,742,949
  • Color:white
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.1
  • Dimensions (in):4.5 x 3.8 x 0.1
  • MPN:H64653W
  • Model:H64653W
  • UPC:882773275126
  • EAN:0882773275126
  • ASIN:B000NZX61W
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Features:
  • All our diamond suppliers confirm that they comply with the Kimberley Process to ensure that their diamonds are conflict free.
  • Imported
  • Carat weight listed is the total for all stones.



Editorial Reviews:
Amazon.com
From rodeo to irresistible, this gorgeous White Gold Journey Diamond Horseshoe Pendant is a blue ribbon winner. This exquisite pendant features seven round diamonds in graduated size (.2c) in the near colorless J class. The unique texture and composition of these exclusive stones create an elegant one-of-a-kind look. Solid 14k white gold metal securely holds the .5-inch U-shaped horseshoe and also shapes the stunning 14k white gold metal rope chain with spring-ring clasp.
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