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Herkimer Mines "Diamond" Quartz Sterling Silver Bold Beaded Bracelet

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Herkimer Mines "Diamond" Quartz Sterling Silver Bold Beaded Bracelet
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Product Description

Herkimer Mines "Diamond" Quartz Sterling Silver Bold Beaded Bracelet
For a glamorous look with loads of diamond-like sparkle, slip on this bold, beaded bracelet from Herkimer Mines. Its generous-sized Herkimer quartz beads feature hundreds of hand-cut facets that reflect the light beautifully!

  • Measures approx. 7-1/4"L x 5/16"W with 1" extender; fits 7-1/4" to 8-1/4" wrist
  • Stamped .925
  • Lobster claw clasp
  • Hand-cut, faceted round and rondelle-shaped Herkimer "diamond" quartz beads

Stone Information
  • All sizes and weights approximate
  • Herkimer "Diamond" Quartz - Round (7-8mm), rondelle (5mm, 4mm); mined in USA
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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.