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Elephant Pendant Charm

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Elephant Pendant Charm Sterling silver

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Pandora's baby elephant pendant charm in sterling silver holds a bamboo ring in its inquisitive trunk—perfect for threading on a favourite necklace or bracelet. The playful calf is stamped on its base and feet with our signature heart icon, an enduring symbol of Pandora and hallmark of our committment to great design and craftsmanship. Mix with other animal charms to create a menagerie of wild and wonderful friends or wear solo as a pendant on a favourite necklace.
  • Metal
    Sterling silver
  • Themes
    Animal
  • Product type
    Charms
  • Item #
    798069
  • Dimensions:
    Depth: 8.9mm Height: 14.1mm Width: 10.6mm
Pandora's baby elephant pendant charm in sterling silver holds a bamboo ring in its inquisitive trunk—perfect for threading on a favourite necklace or bracelet. The playful calf is stamped on its base and feet with our signature heart icon, an enduring symbol of Pandora and hallmark of our committment to great design and craftsmanship. Mix with other animal charms to create a menagerie of wild and wonderful friends or wear solo as a pendant on a favourite necklace.

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(9.5 out of 10)
Appearance/Style
9.2
Wow factor
8.5
Quality
8.7
Overall rating
9.5
Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 11 reviews
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(9 out of 10)

Lisa

London
Love the charm but it was not compatible with the bracelet I had. So I had to send it back. I was gutted
Confirmed purchase: 06 July 2019
Published on: 26 July 2019
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