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Rodeo Horse Floating Charms for Lockets

Rodeo Horse Floating Charms for Lockets
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  • Buy New: $3.88
  • as of 3/26/2017 02:29 CDT details
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  • Seller:Clearly Charming
  • Sales Rank:8,133,403
  • ASIN:B002MO8MW0
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Features:
  • Floating Locket Charm
  • Wear what's in your heart and soul
  • Perfect For A Gift

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Synopsis
Rodeo Horse Floating Charm for Heart Lockets. This is a beautiful floating heart locket charm. You can make your own personalized and unique keepsake with our large selection of floating heart locket charms. The possibilities and the combinations are just about endless and will reflect your own style. The charm is designed to be used in a locket that is sold separately. The lockets are available as necklaces, bracelets and key chains in hearts and circles shapes. The beautiful heart lockets have a glass center that opens up to allow charms to be put into them. Simply choose the charms that are a few of your favorite things and insert them into your heart. The locket is easy to open and close and stays securely closed with internal clips and magnets. You will be able to change charms as easily as changing your bracelet. CHARMS AND LOCKETS SOLD SEPARATELY
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