Email Monogram Necklace Initial "H" 14K Yellow Gold
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FINANCIAL DETAILS AND TOTAL PAYMENT
If you pay $35 each month by the due date, you will pay a total of $371.88 and pay off your obligation in 11 months.
This total amount paid assumes no promotion applies and the interest rate is 26.99%.
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Approximate payment does not include tax, shipping or other services.
|Highest Regular Balance||Minimum Payment|
|Up to $265.00||$25.00|
|$265.01 to $500.00||10% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$500.01 to $750.00||9% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$750.01 to $1,500.00||7% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$1,500.01 to $2,500.00||6% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$2,500.01 & Up||5% of Highest Regular Balance.|
What Ring Size Should I Order?
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|Ring Size||Ring Size in millimeters|
This delightful monogram necklace for her features the initial "H." Crafted in 14K yellow gold, the pendant is suspended from a 17-inch cable chain that secures with a spring ring clasp. Available online while supplies last.
Monogram Necklace Initial "H" 14K Yellow Gold
|Metals||14 KARAT YELLOW GOLD|
|Chain Type||LINK CHAIN|
|Clasp Type||SPRING RING CLASP|
|Dimension Length||17.00 INCH|
Extended Service Plan Available
Once you've chosen the jewelry that you absolutely love, you'll want to protect it for a lifetime. That's where our Extended Service Plan (ESP) comes in. Let's say you need to have your ring sized. Or you need to have the prongs tightened (you don't want to lose your stone!). When you purchase our Extended Service Plan, we will make any covered repairs needed, up to the amount of the purchase price, at no additional charge.
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Chains for men are typically longer than those for women, given that their necks are wider. Also, when purchasing a necklace for an older person or someone who may have difficulty opening or closing a clasp, a longer chain is easier to slip overhead without having to manipulate clasps.
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