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Product description

  • Primary Stone Count - 1-stone
  • Chain Length - 18 In
  • Medals Size - 10.88 x 6.2mmmm
  • Clasp Type - Spring Ring
  • Material - Platinum
  • Length - 18 In
  • Width - 6.2mm
  • Height - 2.95mm
  • Surface Finish - Polished
  • Chain Width - 1mm
  • Primary Stone Shape - Round
  • Primary Stone Size - 4mm
  • Diamond Color - G-H
  • Diamond Clarity - SI2-SI3
  • Primary Stone Type - Genuine Emerald
  • Chain Style - Cable
  • Total Diamond Carat Weight - 0.03 Cttw
  • Pendant Dimensions - 10.8x6.2mm

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