Swarovski crystal pearl charm bracelet, 'Eternal Trinity' - Trinity Knot Pearl Bracelet with Swarovski Crystals Curate

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Eternal Trinity Trinity Knot Pearl Bracelet with Swarovski Crystals

A holy symbol for both the ancient Celts and early Irish Christians, the trinity... more

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A holy symbol for both the ancient Celts and early Irish Christians, the trinity knot has long represented the intertwining of past, present, and future. In modern-day Ireland, it is also a symbol of romance, given between sweethearts as an expression of eternal love. This elegant bracelet is crafted in Dublin from sterling silver and Swarovski® simulated pearls, as well as a trinity knot charm embellished with white Swarovski® crystals.

  • 0.18 kgs
  • 0.4 lbs
  • 19.7 cm L x 0.8 cm W
  • 7.75" L x 0.3" W

  • 925 sterling silver, Swarovski crystal, Swarovski simulated pearls
  • Spring ring clasp
  • Combination finish
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? No
  • Made in Ireland.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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