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The classic 7.5-inch sterling silver charm bracelet from the PANDORA Fall 2016 collection is updated with a barrel clasp encrusted with sparkling fancy purple cubic zirconias. This is a great bracelet for any PANDORA lover or anyone who appreciates contemporary style with a pop of color. Style # 590723CFP-19.
PANDORA 7.5" Bracelet Purple Cubic Zirconias Sterling Silver
|Gem Sidestone Type Gemstone1||CUBIC ZIRCONIA CZ|
|Gem Sidestone Color Gemstone1||PURPLE|
|Chain Type||SNAKE CHAIN|
|Clasp Type||PANDORA CLASP|
|Dimension Length||7.50 INCH|
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