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Bling Jewelry Horseshoe Sterling Silver Sports Bead Pandora Chamilia Compatible

Bling Jewelry Horseshoe Sterling Silver Sports Bead Pandora Chamilia Compatible
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  • Buy New: $9.99
  • as of 1/17/2017 17:35 CST details
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  • Seller:Bling Jewelry
  • Sales Rank:221,074
  • Color:Grey
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0
  • Dimensions (in):0.5 x 0.3 x 0.5
  • MPN:PBX-DF-SB-1233-BJ
  • Model:PBX-DF-SB-1233-BJ
  • UPC:640626669313
  • EAN:0640626669313
  • ASIN:B0045F76Q2
Availability:Usually ships in 24 hours

Features:
  • .925 sterling silver
  • Unthreaded European story bead
  • Bead core 5 mm
  • Measure: 8.5mm height x 8mm width x 6mm length
  • Fits Pandora, Biagi and Chamilia Charm Bead Bracelets


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Synopsis
An American pastime, this popular backyard game can now be a part of the memories you carry with you on your European story bracelet. The Horseshoe 925 Sterling Silver Sports Bead measures approximately 8.5mm height x 8mm width x 6mm length and weighs approximately 2 grams. This two sided sports bead is in the classic shape of a horseshoe and fits most 3mm snake chains and cords. This sports bead also makes a wonderful gift for equestrians. With a wide range of available patterns such as enamel beads, animal beads, sports beads, and birthstone beads you are sure to discover a charm that fits perfectly with your unique Pandora bracelets. Compatible with Pandora, Biagi, Chamilia, and Troll beads.
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