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Herkimer Mines 58.8ctw "Diamond" Quartz 7-1/4" Tennis Bracelet

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Product Description

Herkimer Mines 58.8ctw Herkimer "Diamond" Quartz 7-1/4" Tennis Bracelet
Dreaming about the lifestyles of the rich and famous? Get that luxe look without breaking the bank with this sparkling Herkimer "diamond" quartz bracelet. Its hand-faceted beads create a sophisticated silhouette on your wrist and bring a glamorous touch of class to any outfit.
Design Information

  • Sterling silver bracelet has 7mm rondelle-shaped faceted beads of clear Herkimer "diamond" quartz strung on SoftFlex jeweler's wire
  • Oval chain extender with Herkimer quartz accent at end

Good to Know
  • A portion of the stringing material on this bracelet is purposely exposed to provide flexibility and strength, to allow the beads to move freely. Stringing the piece too tightly could result in damage to the cording or the beads.
  • This piece is strung with Soft Flex—a flexible beading wire that helps improve strength, durability and longevity of the jewelry design.
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Herkimer Mines 58.8ctw "Diamond" Quartz 7-1/4" Tennis Bracelet

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About The Brand

Herkimer Mines

Herkimer Mines "Diamond" Quartz crystals are magnificent works of nature. Naturally double-terminated with 18 facets, these crystals were formed nearly 500 years ago and are mined in the USA.