Convertible Piano Earrings

Swarovski Jewelry
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Convertible Piano Earrings

$65 Gilt
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At a Glance

Ruthenium plated brass and jet black Swarovski crystal drop convertible drop earrings with white Swarovski pearl drop details

  • 1½ inches long
  • 0.38 inches wide
  • Post back closure

Material: Ruthenium plated base metal and Swarovski crystal

Brand: Swarovski Jewelry

Origin: Imported

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