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Elegant handmade animal jewelry with a drop of rustic and vintage inspiration in woodland theme. Little oval bead with vintage deer image is inserted into oxidized antique bronze ring. Little round shape hooks are holding the pendants. In addition you'll get free worldwide shipping as a little bonus!

Picture is printed on polymer clay and protected with a cover of glossy resin. Bead has smooth shiny surface. It perfectly fits for everyday wear.

• Pendant aprox. 2 x 4 cm/0,8 x 1,6"
• Total length of the earring is 5,5 cm/2,17"
• Back side is dark brown

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- Deer necklace:
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• Every item in our shop is made to order specially for you. It takes up to 7 days for your order to be shipped.

• Please, see detailed info about packaging, shipping and terms of delivery here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/beautyspot/policy

• By purchasing this item you confirm that you have read and accept entire item description and BeautySpot shop policies.

• Our jewelry is not waterproof, so we highly recommend to avoid direct contact with water (like swimming or bathing)

• Real colors may slightly differ from their appearance on your display, as it depends on your monitor settings and is not under our control.

And if you still have any question feel free to contact us - we are always glad to assist you.

Deer earrings (E009)

$28.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: polymer clay, resin, bronze, antique brass, oxidized, chain
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Ukraine
  • Feedback: 7064 reviews
  • Favorited by: 416 people