Tiny Dancing Beads Sterling Silver Plated Necklace, Earrings and Brace - Feshionn IOBI

Tiny Dancing Beads Sterling Silver Plated Necklace, Earrings and Bracelet Set

Feshionn IOBI

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Style and sophistication abound with this three-piece jewelry set. The tiny beads are clustered along the chain in an overlapping pattern. The necklace is 20 inches long with the bead detail measuring 7 inches. The bracelet measures 7.5 inches and both feature a bold lobster claw clasp and stamped 925 silver disc. Tthe matching hook earrings are slightly graduated and dangle at a dramatic 2.25 inches.
Light and airy with the delicate movement of the beads, it's a perfect accessory for a standout look yet each piece can stand alone as an everyday accessory.

Material: 925 Sterling Silver Plated copper

Size: Necklace 20 inches
         Bracelet 7.5 inches
         Earrings 2.25 inches

Gift box included for easy gift giving.

(Reg Price $49.95)

Vendor: Feshionn IOBI

Ring Sizing Chart
Ring sizes listed are in US sizing standards. If you do not know your ring size we suggest the following: 1 - Get a non-stretchy string or paper about 6" long and 1/4" wide. 2 - Wrap around the base of your finger. It has to fit snug, but not too tight, it needs to be comfortable to wear. 3 - Mark the point on the string/paper where it overlaps forming a circle. 4 - Lay the paper/string out on a ruler to determine the measurement. Ring finger measuring tips: Make sure your finger is at a normal body temperature as fingers can shrink or expand when cold or hot. If your knuckle is much larger than your finger’s base, take two separate measurements and choose a size in between. You want a ring to fit over your knuckle, but not be too loose or it will shift around. If you know your ring size in international standards we can convert to US standard using the conversion chart found here We can compare your measurements to the actual ring to ensure fit.
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