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Item #: 415552
Item Location: Carlsbad, CA
Length: 18.00 in
Pendant l: 24.00 mm
Pendant w: 24.00 mm
Due to grading limitations imposed by mounted stones, all grading of cut, color, clarity, and carat weight is approximate.
This is an authentic DAVID YURMAN Sterling Silver Black Onyx 14mm Infinity Pendant Necklace. This lovely necklace is a sterling silver featuring a pendant with smooth and cable style sterling silver overlapping bands to form a setting for a 14mm subtle black onyx for a magnificent look of distinction only from David Yurman.
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