Multicolor Amber Sterling Silver Bullfinch Bird Pendant Necklace Chain 46 cm B01KKGKTYA

Multicolor Amber Sterling Silver Bullfinch Bird Pendant Necklace Chain 46 cm B01KKGKTYA
Multicolor Amber Sterling Silver Bullfinch Bird Pendant Necklace Chain 46 cm B01KKGKTYA Multicolor Amber Sterling Silver Bullfinch Bird Pendant Necklace Chain 46 cm B01KKGKTYA Multicolor Amber Sterling Silver Bullfinch Bird Pendant Necklace Chain 46 cm B01KKGKTYA Multicolor Amber Sterling Silver Bullfinch Bird Pendant Necklace Chain 46 cm B01KKGKTYA
Product Code: B01KKGKTYA
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  • Amber is the lightest and warmest stone that exists, which makes it the most comfortable and attractive gem in jewelry.
  • Amber is good to wear for any everyday life occasion.
  • Pendant Dimensions Height 0.57 cm Width 1.1 cm Length 2.14 cm Weight 3.07 gr
  • Chain Dimensions Height 0.1 cm Width 0.1 cm Length 46 cm Weight 2.4 gr
  • May be washed with water and soap. Imported
Amber is the fossilized resin from ancient forests. Green amber is coated. Special care has to be given as moisture, heat, etc could remove the paint. Removal of the treatment would alter the appearance of the gem

Multicolor Amber Sterling Silver Bullfinch Bird Pendant Necklace Chain 46 cm B01KKGKTYA

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  • Amber is the lightest and warmest stone that exists, which makes it the most comfortable and attractive gem in jewelry.
  • Amber is good to wear for any everyday life occasion.
  • Pendant Dimensions Height 0.57 cm Width 1.1 cm Length 2.14 cm Weight 3.07 gr
  • Chain Dimensions Height 0.1 cm Width 0.1 cm Length 46 cm Weight 2.4 gr
  • May be washed with water and soap. Imported
Amber is the fossilized resin from ancient forests. Green amber is coated. Special care has to be given as moisture, heat, etc could remove the paint. Removal of the treatment would alter the appearance of the gem

Multicolor Amber Sterling Silver Bullfinch Bird Pendant Necklace Chain 46 cm B01KKGKTYA

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