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    ****Due to high demand item has a 7 to 14 business day processing time prior to shipping.**** This stunning necklace is the perfect accent to any outfit. Featuring a beautiful heart with hand set crystals and accent black enamel. This lead and nickel free white metal pendant features a complimentary 18 inch chain with a lobster claw clasp. Also available with a matching bracelet!

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