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Zable Sterling Silver Horse Face Bead / Charm

  • Brand:Zable  
  • Department:womens
  • Buy New: $26.99 (On sale from $40.49)
  • as of 1/19/2017 17:42 CST details
  • You Save: $13.50 (33%)
In Stock
  • Seller:Finejewelers
  • Sales Rank:521,025
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.1
  • Dimensions (in):6.4 x 3.9 x 0.7
  • MPN:BZ0237
  • Model:BZ0237
  • ASIN:B002QD469K
Availability:Usually ships in 24 hours

Features:
  • Guaranteed Authentic from the Zable designer line
  • Guaranteed Solid 925 Sterling Silver
  • Compatible with Pandora, Chamilia, Biagi & all other styles of bead bracelets
  • Zable(tm) Limited 2 Year Product Warranty
  • Jewelry Box

Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
This delightful Zable Sterling Silver Horse Face Bead / Charm, crafted in 925 Sterling Silver . Zable beads are guaranteed compatible with all popular brands of bead bracelets: Zable - Zable is the latest and greatest in the world of charms. Our sterling silver beads interchange to form a unique piece of jewelry. The beads slide right onto the starter jewelry so that anyone can easily create their own collection. With over 1200 styles to choose from, no two collections are the same. Everyone's jewelry tells a unique story.Developed in Italy, Zable jewelry is manufactured of the highest quality just outside Venice. Our bestselling Murano glass beads are unparalled in detail and beauty, featuring genuine 24K gold and sterling silver foil. Don't settle for imitations - our glass actually comes from Murano, Italy!
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