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Macrame Cord Pendant Necklace with Aventurine, "Gem of Nicaragua"

Multicolor cords are braided using the macrame technique to form this one of a... more

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Multicolor cords are braided using the macrame technique to form this one of a kind pendant necklace. A round aventurine stone hangs at the base of the pendant, which is presented by Edenilson Zaldaña.

  • 19 grams
  • 0.66 oz
  • Cord length: 33.02 cm min L - x 66.04 cm max L
  • Cord length: 13" min L - x 26" max L
  • Cord width: 3 mm
  • Cord width: 3 mm
  • Pendant: 7.5 cm L x 5.5 cm W
  • Pendant: 3" L x 2.2" W

  • Polyester cord, aventurine
  • Color(s) may vary slightly
  • Length is adjustable
  • Sliding knot
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in El Salvador.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Central America
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Aventurine pendant necklace, Gem of Nicaragua

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Edenilson Zaldaña

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