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Swarovski Crystal and Enamel Sterling-Silver-Plated Brass Adjustable Seahorse Bracelet

Swarovski Crystal and Enamel Sterling-Silver-Plated Brass Adjustable Seahorse Bracelet
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  • Buy New: $64.99
  • as of 1/22/2017 08:21 CST details
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  • Seller:Modern Artisans
  • Sales Rank:351,819
  • Color:Blue
  • Dimensions (in):0.1 x 0 x 0
  • MPN:JW0283
  • Model:JW0283
  • ASIN:B003HMJC6G
Availability:Usually ships in 24 hours

Features:
  • A bounty of oceanic treasures surrounds an alluring seahorse enameled in aqua
  • Pewter bracelet components with an antique finish
  • Graced with an array of Austrian Swarovski crystals
  • Large bracelet is adjustable between 7.25 and 8.5 inches
  • Undersea artistry handcrafted in the USA ; lead-free and nickel-free

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Synopsis
A bounty of oceanic treasures surrounds a large alluring seahorse, swimming with style and undersea artistry! Crafted in Maryland, the pewter bracelet components are feature an antique finish and graced with an array of Austrian Swarovski crystals. The lovely aqua color of the seahorse is the result of enameling, a process of firing glass powder at a high temperature for a smooth, permanent application. Adjustable between 7.25 and 8.5 inches, this large bracelet includes an aqua-green variscite gemstone bead accent at the end of the bracelet extension. Seahorse segment measures 2.5" in height. All components are lead-free and nickel-free.
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