925 Sterling Silver, Lead-free, Nickel-free and Cadmium-free
Cage pendant size: 26.4*36.1*9.9mm, weight: 4.00g, can fit pearl size:6-8mm, please allow a little deviation when using different measure tools
Put your favorite beads, pearls, lave stone, gemstones, essential oil diffusers, crystals or felt ball into these cages, DIY beautiful jewelry making
Wonderful Gift for Motherâs Day, Anniversary, Birthday, Holiday, Christmas, Valentineâs Day, Wedding, Daily Life for Mother, Mom, Grandmother, Grandma, Sister, Daughter, Wife, Girlfriend, Aunt, Female, Friend or Treat Yourself
You would receive 1pc 925 sterling silver design cage pendant without pearl and chain
From the brand
DISCOVER LOVE, SHARE HAPPINESS, ENJOY YOUR GOOD TIME
How we got our start?
We started building the brand in 2005. From one product to thousands of products today. Discover more special designs and explore the world of the future.
What makes our product unique?
We have been through strict product screening, product certification. We have been through strict product screening, product certification. Designers create unique shapes that have different meanings.
Why we love what we do?
We hope to bring happiness to more people. Jewelry can go with different clothes and different products. Each product has its own story, has its own soul spirit, on behalf of different meanings.
LGSY - THE JEWELRY BRAND YOU CAN TRUST
LGSY has been established in 2005, specializes in rings, pearl cages, necklaces, braceles, and earrings, sterling silver products are strictly tested and marked with the S925.
Every product is gorgeously designed and presents by our own factory with heart and soul.
We provide high quality products, excellent service, advocate sharing love with others, discover love, share happiness, and enjoy life.
WHY CHOOSE US
LGSY combines the latest technology and innovation to produce sophisticated products while inheriting traditional craftsmanship.
All products are produced in our own factory and sold directly to you without middlemen.
925 sterling silver with S925 stamp, passed strict skin test grants allergy free, nickel-free, lead-free, and cadmium free, high polish and smooth Inner surface, and it will not rust, gorgeous design by own factory.
White gold-plated 925 sterling silver, handmade, no glue, no discoloration.
Every stone uses top quality AAA cubic zircon with perfectly cutting technique.
Supremely accurate hand-inlaid to all style by our own factory.
DAINTY AND WONDERFUL GIFT
Instant love while searching for a gift. It is a great gift for someone you love on a special day.
MAINTENANCE OF FASHION JEWELRIES
1. Avoid collision or friction.
2. Avoid contact with corrosive chemicals.
3. Please take it off when take a shower or sleep, store it in a dry place.
4. When the silverware is not worn, wipe it with a soft cloth and put it in a sealed bag or a box.
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