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This simple yet edgy statement piece will definitely turn heads in your direction!

A bright gold brass arrow with great detail hangs confidently on a sleek gunmetal plated chain. It's lightweight, super sturdy, and slips right over your head for easy wear.
Looks great worn solo or layered with other pieces.

*Also available as earrings in my shop*

Chain measures 28", stamped brass (hollow) arrow is 3" long, no clasp
Packaged in a small box for safe shipping and gift-giving
Free shipping in the US

Would you like the chain any shorter, with a clasp? Just leave me a note in the message to seller section when you purchase.

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Shipping is FREE! I use First-Class Mail (USPS) and ship within 5 business days. Tracking info will be sent to you via Etsy on the day it ships.

International Orders:
Shipping is $7, for any amount of items. I use First-Class Mail International (USPS) and ship within 5 business days. It takes between 1-6 weeks to arrive, depending on customs. You will receive a confirmation email via Etsy on the day it ships, including tracking information if your country provides it.


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Cupid's Arrow Necklace - FREE US Shipping

$34.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: brass, gunmetal chain
  • Ships worldwide from New York, United States
  • Feedback: 1602 reviews
  • Favorited by: 1958 people