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This Bridal Necklace features a gorgeous Swarovski Crystal Starfish in a stunning cobalt blue that is wire-wrapped in sterling silver. Crystal has beautiful dark purple flashes. The pendant is accented with Sterling silver shell charm and a wire-wrapped freshwater pearl and is hung from a fine, solid sterling silver chain. Delicate cable chain is finished a spring clasp. This necklace would be lovely as Something Blue and for beach themed wedding.
Also is great as gifts to bridesmaids or flower-girls.
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☆ Necklace is your choice of 16" or 18"
☆ Pendant is 25mm x20mm
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Length of necklace can be customized to any length at an additional cost.
If required, please mention length under “Notes to Seller” when you checkout.

Also possible with other colors and charms.
Based on availability and may require additional time.
Pls contact me here
https://www.etsy.com/conversations/new?to_username=somsstudio

Matching necklace earrings possible.

Shipping is via Express mail + tracking, takes 14days. Mandatory signature required.
Enter my shop here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/SomsStudio

18 June 2012
All text and pictures ©Som Banerjee 2008 - 2016

Summer Sale Swarovski Necklace Cobal Blue Starfish BNS3


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Occasion: Wedding
  • Materials: swarovski crystal, all sterling silver components
  • Ships worldwide from India
  • Feedback: 547 reviews
  • Favorited by: 456 people