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14k Yellow White Gold Horse Horseshoe CZ Lucky Pendant

14k Yellow White Gold Horse Horseshoe CZ Lucky Pendant
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  • Color:Gold/White/Yellow
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0
  • MPN:442-23
  • ASIN:B004BPZ4MY

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Here we present this 14k Two Tone Gold Horseshoe Horse CZ Charm Pendant. With its perfect size and high-polished finish, youll definitely love this piece. A design of a big Horseshoe in satin Yellow Gold finish and White Gold accents, plus this amazing White Gold Horses Head with Pink and Blue Cubic Zirconia Stones. Definitely a Great Gift for everyone, especially for those Horse enthusiasts in Horse Racing and Equestrian.

Condition: New
Material: 14k Yellow and White Gold
Gram Weight: 4.3
Stone: Cubic Zirconia
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Top to Bottom: 1.25" Including Bail
Side to Side: 0.8" Approx.
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