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Beautiful! Authentic Black Hills Diamond-cut Gold-Sterling-silver Women's Horseshoe Ring

Beautiful! Authentic Black Hills Diamond-cut Gold-Sterling-silver Womens Horseshoe Ring
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  • Sales Rank:245,690
  • MPN:MR1503
  • Model:MR1503
  • ASIN:B003M4H428

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  • Beautiful! Authentic Black Hills Gold/Sterling-silver Horseshoe ring with 12k Pink & Green Gold grape leave on the sides.
  • Diamond-cut on the horseshoe for an extra sparkle
  • Young Ladies just love this ring. This has been a very popular style.
  • .To be considered Black Hills Gold an item must be designed in a traditional tri-gold, grape leaf motif and be manufactured in the Black Hills of South Dakota
  • The size is 9 mm from top to bottom or just about 3/8 inch. Lifetime warranty from the manufacture.

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Beautiful! Authentic Black Hills Gold/Sterling-silver Horseshoe ring with 12k Pink & Green Gold grape leave on the sides. Diamond-cut on the horseshoe for an extra sparkle.Young Ladies just love this ring. This has been a very popular style.To be considered Black Hills Gold an item must be designed in a traditional tri-gold, grape leaf motif and be manufactured in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The size is 9 mm from top to bottom or just about 3/8 inch. Lifetime warranty from the manufacture.
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