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Black Hills Gold Silver Horse Necklace

Black Hills Gold Silver Horse Necklace
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  • Buy New: $99.00
  • as of 1/23/2017 04:30 CST details
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  • Seller:Jewelry_Black_Hills_Gold
  • Sales Rank:582,637
  • MPN:MR2815
  • Model:MR2815
  • ASIN:B0048FKRME
Availability:Usually ships in 1-3 weeks

Features:
  • Beautiful!! Authentic Black Hills Gold Silver Horse Necklace in the Black Hills Gold Jewelry style of 12k red-gold and 12k green-gold leaves on main of Sterling Silver Horse.
  • Horse Pendant comes on an 18 inch sterling silver rope chain with a spring ring clasp for ease and comfort.
  • Horse Pendant measures 7/16" x 1" inch.
  • Black Hills Gold Jewelry becomes brighter and prettier the more it is worn. Clean with soft brush and mild soap only.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty from the manufacture

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Synopsis
Black Hills Gold Silver Horse Necklace in the Black Hills Gold Jewelry style of 12k red-gold and 12k green-gold leaves on main of Sterling Silver Horse. Horse Pendant comes on an 18 inch sterling silver rope chain with a spring ring clasp for ease and comfort. Horse Pendant measures 7/16" x 1" inch. Black Hills Gold Jewelry becomes brighter and prettier the more it is worn. Clean with soft brush and mild soap only.
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