4mm 2.4ct Moissanite Tennis Bracelet

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4mm 2.4ct Moissanite Tennis Bracelet

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4mm 2.4ct Moissanite Tennis Bracelet
white color 2.4ct / 16cm - $80.03
  • white color 2.4ct / 16cm - $80.03
  • white color 2.4ct / 17cm - $80.03
  • white color 2.4ct / 18cm - $80.03
  • yellow color 2.4ct / 16cm - $80.03
  • yellow color 2.4ct / 17cm - $80.03
  • yellow color 2.4ct / 18cm - $80.03
  • white color 3.2ct / 16cm - $104.25
  • white color 3.2ct / 17cm - Sold out
  • white color 3.2ct / 18cm - $104.25


This 4mm 2.4ct Moissanite Tennis Bracelet features elegant tennis styling and a dazzling 2.4ct shimmer. Made with high-quality moissanite gemstones, this bracelet is the perfect accessory for any occasion. Experience the brilliance of a diamond without the high cost, with a unique and eco-friendly alternative.


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A typical paint by numbers kit includes a pre-printed canvas marked with numbers, small pots of paint in the required colors, and one or more paintbrushes. You might also want a cup of water for rinsing brushes and a cloth for wiping.

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