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Gold Versace Neck Chain, Classic Gift Neck Lace With Coin Pendant - ₦15000, $35






This Gold neckchain with medallion coin pendant is a great jewelry that perfectly matched with all kinds of clothing, not only for daily wear, but also special occasions like wedding, prom, anniversary, parties, clubbing etc. 

It is Made from Gold stainless steel metal, which are Nickel-free, Lead-free ans Cadmium-free which is  100% health and Environmental friendly. It keeps shining and retains its brilliance since it is made of 18-K Gold and does not rust or fade. 

【Flexible Adjustment】The chain is strong and beautiful to behold, plus you can add other pendants you like on this neck chain, or add the pendant to other favorite chains.

STAINLESS STEEL BUILD - The high quality stainless steel material is highly resistant to rust, corrosion and discoloration.


DURABLE & LONG LASTING: Suitable for daily wear, outdoor, shower, gym and sports. Features strong links and Smooth shining finish.

LOW MAINTENANCE; Resistant to discolouration, sweat, heat, tarnish, water, smudge. Can be stored away without tarnishing.

HYPOALLERGENIC FINISH; Suitable for sensitive skin and allergy prone skin. Will not irritate skin or cling to clothing. 


Features 
18k-gold-plated
1. Neck Chain is adjustable as it can be adjusted to the length that fit you.
2. Perfect for layering with other necklaces or wearing alone. 
3. Also its a great gift item for your loved ones, family and friends. 
4.DURABLE & FOREVER LASTING
5. GREAT COLLECTION OF JEWELERY 
6. FITS YOUR NECK PERFECTLY AND MAKES YOU CYNOSURE OF ALL EYES

Contact Seller via Call or WhatsApp on 08030939040 to order. 

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