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Bonyak Jewelry 7.5-9mm White Freshwater Cultured Pearl Graduated

Product description

7.5-9mm White Freshwater Cultured Pearl Graduated Necklace in 14K Yellow Gold

Product Attributes:
14k Yellow gold
Freshwater cultured pearl
Pearl clasp

Length: 18.00mm (0.709 inches)


Specifications:
Material: Primary - Purity: 14K
Stone Type_1: Pearl
Stone Color_1: White
Chain Length: 18 in
Chain Width: 9 mm
Clasp /Connector: Pearl Clasp
Material: Primary: Gold
Stone Treatment_1: Bleaching
Item Weight U/M: gm
Product Type: Jewelry
Jewelry Type: Necklaces
Sold By Unit: Each
Necklace Type: Pearl
Material: Primary - Color: Yellow
Number of Elements: 1
Pearl Type_1: Freshwater
Stone Creation Method_1: Cultured

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