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Seahorse Pendant Necklace, Enameled Pewter

Seahorse Pendant Necklace, Enameled Pewter
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  • Buy New: $45.99
  • as of 5/29/2017 04:44 CDT details
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  • Seller:Modern Artisans
  • Sales Rank:3,686,748
  • Color:Blue
  • Dimensions (in):0.2 x 0 x 0
  • MPN:JW0282
  • Model:JW0282
  • ASIN:B003HMDH5I
Availability:Usually ships in 24 hours

Features:
  • Alluring seahorse swims with style and personality
  • 2.5" pewter metal seahorse pendant with aqua enamel coating
  • Graced with an array of ocean-tone Swarovski crystals
  • Unique silver-plated ball chain is 18.5" with mermaid safety clasp
  • Handmade in the USA ; lead-free and nickel free

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Synopsis
An alluring seahorse swims with style and personality! Crafted in the Maryland, the pewter seahorse pendant has an antiqued finish and is graced with an array of Swarovski crystals. The lovely aqua color is the result of enameling, the process of firing glass powder at a high temperature for a smooth, permanent application. A single 5-mm white freshwater-cultured pearl provides the perfect finishing touch. The oxidized silver-plated ball chain is 18.5 inches and includes one of the designer's unique safety clasps in the form of a mermaid and coral. Pendant measures 2.5 inches in length. All components are lead-free and nickel-free.
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