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Concho Pearl Cactus Pendant

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14KT Cactus pendant with 6 Concho Pearls

Available in yellow or white gold.
Chains are sold separately.

Concho Pearl Cactus Pendant

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  • Concho Pearl Cactus Pendant


I know what you're thinking...WHY have a pendant of a prickly pear cactus?!
Well because...In 1995 it was made the State Plant of Texas! That's why!! And what better way to make a cactus pendant than to incorporate our very own Concho Pearls as the fruit!!

This 14 karat gold pendant is original & unique to Texas, the San Angelo area AND it will make a great conversation piece because if they're not from the area, they're not going to know what it is!

Due to the fact that the Concho Pearls are each unique and varied, your pearls may not be exactly like the picture but we will make sure that they are beautiful & wonderful pearls to add or begin your collection!

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