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Vintage Faux Turquoise Costume Jewelry Pendant and Bracelet Set from 1970's

Vintage Faux Turquoise Costume Jewelry Pendant and Bracelet Set from 1970's

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: costume jewelry, silver tone metal, faux turqoise
  • Favorited by: 12 people
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Description

This listing is for (1) set that includes a necklace pendant (chain missing) and matching bracelet. It is costume jewelry and both the turquoise and silver metal are fake.

They are great looking pieces, totally retro and unique. Just add your own chain and you are good to go.

There are no markings on either the pendant nor bracket. They are a Native American style and are also similar to the brand of costume jewelry Sancrest. However, I know that they aren't that brand because they don't have the Sancrest marking on them.

The pendant or medallion measures approximately 2.5 length by 2 width.

Please view pictures for condition as they are not returnable. For their age, these items are in pretty good shape. Pendant is especially shiny.

Thank you for looking. Please visit etsy.com/shop/venividivintagenj for all of my vintage items and follow me on Instagram @venividivintagenj.

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