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Cool, casual and full of eye-catching style, this feather necklace lends a fun, fresh element to your look. A smooth turquoise is embedded in the front of the amulet creating a necklace with earthy, eclectic allure. Double layer chain and cord necklace with tassle charms and discs. 16″ long necklace with extension.

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