Resplendant like the sun this this pretty necklace with its oxidised Sterling Silver (92.5%) pendant will make a great accessory to compliment any outfit.The handcrafted pendant with intricate minute designs, is handwoven into black cotton thread.It comes with a pair of matching pearl ear-studs.
Measurements: Length of necklace : 17 inches ( tassle provided to adjust length)
Height of Pendant : 2.5 inches; Width of Pendant : 2.2 inches.
Height of Earring : 0.4 inch ; Width of Earring: 0.4 inch
Gemstones used: natural freshwater pearl.
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)
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