Guitar Necklace: Rhinestone Guitar Pendant Necklace Sim MOP

$ 18
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Guitar pendant necklace in luminouis simulated Mother of Pearl and clear rhinestones in silver tone metal is sparkly and very cool for any guitar player, teacher or music lover!  The pendant measures approximately 1-3/8 x 1/2" including its bail.  The pendant comes on a silky, square snake chain in rhodium plated silver tone metal that measures approximately 15-1/2" and has a secure lobster clasp closure.  The pendant is removable from its chain to allow you to wear it with other chains, cords, cables or ribbons to give you lots of fashionable options.  The bail will accommodate approximately 3MM in thickness.  A great look but you will have to add the music!  (#43840-GuitarPendantNecklaceRhinestoneSimMOP)

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Price: $ 18
Color: Simulated Mother of Pearl, Clear Rhinestones, Silver Tone
Dimensions: 1-3/8 x 1/2"; Chain: 15-1/2"
Manufacturer Date: Contemporary
Vendors Item# 43840

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