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Guinevere Knot Kumihimo Necklace

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US$90.00

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Guinevere Knot Necklace is a pink and green kumihimo braided cord woven into a celtic knot and finished with a Swarovski crystal teardrop. The knot is formed into an intricate pattern called a Guinevere Knot and lock stitched in place at the ends. This necklace required 4 feet of kumihimo braided cord to complete.

The kumihimo cord is coral pink with metallic green highlights and ended with a gold plate cap and pewter toggle clasp. The clasp and bail are pewter with an antiqued gold finish. The crystal is a 24mm Swarovski Series 6100 Vitrail Teardrop. This stunning crystal has a faceted face that reflects a pink core with blue and green on the outer edge.

Necklace Length: 22" or 560mm Weight: 0.51 ounces (15 grams)

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♥ Makes A Great Gift ♥ comes in a jewelry gift box ready for any gift giving occasion. Try this gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Christmas, New Year's, birthday or anniversary. A perfect gift to show your love for that someone special.

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