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Pretty! Diamond-cut Black Hills Gold Sterling-Silver Horse Shoe Slider/Pendant

Pretty! Diamond-cut Black Hills Gold Sterling-Silver Horse Shoe Slider/Pendant
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  • Buy New: $49.88
  • as of 1/18/2017 20:22 CST details
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  • Seller:Rich Peel Enterprise LLC
  • Sales Rank:475,241
  • MPN:MR2640SL
  • Model:MR2640SL
  • ASIN:B001C5OPFI
Availability:Usually ships in 1-3 weeks

Features:
  • Authentic! Black Hills Gold Diamond-cut Slider Horse-shoe with the Black-Hills 12k gold leaves extending down through the horse-shoe.
  • A little diamond cut for some extra sparkle.
  • If you think the picture is good-wait till you see the real thing. A real Beautiful piece of work. Has all the style and workmanship that comes with a classy piece of jewelry.
  • It come with a complimentary 18 inch Sterling-silver chain. Manufacture Lifetime warranty

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Authentic! Black Hills Gold Diamond-cut Slider Horse-shoe with the Black-Hills 12k gold leaves extending down through the horse-shoe. A little diamond cut for some extra sparkle. If you think the picture is good-wait till you see the real thing. A real Beautiful piece of work. Has all the style and workmanship that comes with a classy piece of jewelry. Size from top to bottom is about 1/2 inch. It come with a complimentary 18 inch Sterling-silver chain. Manufacture Lifetime warranty
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