Crystal Heart With Rhinestones Tassel Snap Necklace

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Item# 63896
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  • Swap out your pendants in a snap!
  • Snap your cabochon on different snap findings - a pendant one day a ring the next!
  • Includes 3/4" snap disc to affix your art to
  • Measures 19-1/2" long with a 3" adjustable chain
  • Made with nickel free silver plating


Product Description

Easy to change, these one-of-a-kind findings make customizing your style a snap! Aanraku snap findings make changing out pieces fast and easy. Finding comes with a 3/4" snap disc to affix your art to. You can also purchase extras separately for countless possibilities. Necklace measures 19-1/2" long and features a 3" chain for adjustable length with lobster clasp.

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  •   Aanraku Collapsible Purse Hanger
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Pros : Great because it is collapsible and packs away neatly.
Cons : Disk is a little too large.
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  •   Collapsible Purse Hanger
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Pros : These purse hangers turn out beautiful. They fold down flat so they fit into a purse nicely.
Cons : I have so far made four of these as gifts. One came back because the screw holding the glass platform broke off and was not repairable.
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Pros : It may be bigger, but the design is much better. Great seller!
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