17 cm long.
92.5 sterling silver!
Men / Women 92.5 sterling silver bracelets set. Set price: B 20.000 Men bracelet 21 cm B 11.500 Women bracelet 19 cm B 14.750 Total: B 26.500 Set price: 20.000 thb Design: B To B Bali Europe
This 92.5 % sterling silver men's bracelet Weighs 246 gr, and length 23 cm.
This is a very unique and rare watch and only sold in a few shops in the world. It has a very accurate calibre, Springdrive, that allows the second hand to sweep rather than to beat. Brand SEIKO GALANTE Type No. SBLA020 Product name Galante Material pink x white gold /WG x bright titanium /BTI Dial Black/Black Movement Spring drive automatic self-winding /SpringDrive-SW Size Case diameter 45.0 mm (without the Crown) Weight 173 g Accessories box, instruction manual and certification Condition Very good Comes with leather strap (original manufacturer) + original rubber strap Model information Based on the concept of "SEXY RICH", this watch made its debut in 2005, "Galante" is a sports watch giving manly, sexy and sensual impression. Here is a gorgeous model combining titanium, mother of pearl with pink and white gold. This watch is equipped with calibre 5R65. The maximum power reserve is about 72 hours. Water resistant (20 ATM/200 meters). The watch was purchased around 2008 and has hardly been worn and is rather a collectors piece.
The beautiful Gold beads from Ancient Pyu culture period from Burma very rare collection 18 karat gold beads from Burma very special hand made beads every beads is extremely beautiful Total weight of this contemporary necklace is 51.09 we can provide gold authenticity certificate on request of customers which clearly shows percentage of gold The percentage of This gold beads are 75 percent which means 18 karat Gold best gift for the people who collect ancient gold beads and study ancient history and specially for jewelry designers we provide fast and free shipping to our customers by which can get the items by 7 maximum working days The Pyu period city states were a group of city states that existed from c 2nd century BCE to c.mid -11th century in present day upper Burma