kate spade new york Disco Pansy Leverbacks Earrings
kate spade new york Disco Pansy Leverbacks Earrings
- Flower-inspired gold-tone earrings featuring synthetic pearl petals and round sparkle centerpiece
- Lever-back closure. Measurements: width: 1⁄2 inches, height: 3⁄4 inches
- Items may vary in size, shape, and color.
Dance all night long without a care in the world when you wear the fabulous Kate Spade New York® Disco Pansy Leverbacks. Plated metal with foil-backed stones. With or without enamel dependent upon color selected. Lever back closure. Imported. This item may ship with an attached security tag. Merchandise returned without the original security tag attached or a damaged tag may not qualify for a refund. Measurements: Width: 1⁄2 in Height: 3⁄4 in Weight: 0.2 oz
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