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Hamsa Hand and Turquoise dangle necklace

Hamsa Hand and Turquoise dangle necklace

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  • Gemstone: Turquoise
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Hamsa Hand and Turquoise dangle necklace

25cm (closed) curb link chain with hamsa hand dangling from a genuine turquoise bead.


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Charms bracelets that have been fully customised with individual charms that have been chosen solely for the purpose of that bracelet and with the buyer in mind cannot be returned, unless damaged or faulty. Some items on my store can be personalised with a single Initial or Birthstone charm, please note I can accept returns on these items - Please do contact me if you have any questions on returning your personalised item.
I do try and measure all my jewellery as accurately as possible, all sizes are in the item description however please note that will items such a Druzy's and natural beads, sizes can vary.
My jewellery is made from Zinc Alloy unless stated otherwise, this is costume jewellery and is not recommended for extended wear everyday. Keep away from water and direct sunlight to avoid discolouration and store in a pouch or organza bag (one supplied with every purchase)
Each piece of jewellery will be sent with its own velvet pouch in a bubble jiffy bag for protection - Please contact me if you do wish to discuss Gift Wrapping of any kind (additional charges may apply)
Please message me for wholesale charms.

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