SYG Siskiyou Buckle Utah Utes Euro Bead Earrings CEBE89 P10837358SYG-CEBE89 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/SYG/SYG-CEBE89.jpg Siskiyou Buckle Utah Utes Euro Bead Earrings CEBE89 These beautiful euro style earrings feature 3 euro beads and a detailed Utah Utes charm on hypoallergenic fishhook posts.Features:Officially licensed College product Licensee: Siskiyou Buckle3 euro style beadsHypoallergenic fishhook postsStylish enough for everydayPerfect accessory for a Utah Utes fanProduct Weight: 0.02 lbs. Height: 0.25 in.Length: 2.5 in. Width: 3.75 in. Country of Origin: China 10837358 754603679919 0.36lbs 10.00 1.00 5.00
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Product Description

These beautiful euro style earrings feature 3 euro beads and a detailed Utah Utes charm on hypoallergenic fishhook posts.

Features:

  • Officially licensed College product Licensee: Siskiyou Buckle
  • 3 euro style beads
  • Hypoallergenic fishhook posts
  • Stylish enough for everyday
  • Perfect accessory for a Utah Utes fan


  • Product Weight: 0.02 lbs.
    Height: 0.25 in.
    Length: 2.5 in.
    Width: 3.75 in.
    Country of Origin: China

    WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.

    Product Specifications

    LeagueNameNCAA
    TeamNameUtah Utes

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