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Images: India v Sri Lanka, Champions Trophy, 2nd semi-final, Cardiff, June 20, 2013. Fifties by Dhawan and Kohli seal eight-wicket win after Ishant Sharma and Ravichandran Ashwin take three wickets each in one-sided semifinal

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Crickets Crush Sterling Silver 0.12ctw Diamond Key Pendant w/ 18" Rope Chain Unlock your sweet style! This lovely pendant is crafted in sterling silver in the shape of a key. You'll see round and heart shapes with beaded detailing surrounding the head while a circle of black rhodium sits at the center. Diamonds fill the very middle and extends down the stem and up onto the bail where the easy chain slinks through to finish off the look.

Crickets Crush Sterling Silver 0.13ctw Diamond Lightning Bolt Pendant w/ Chain Spark up your stylish looks, embrace a bolt of chic, a flash of design – do you see what I'm getting at? It's a cool and easy lightning bolt pendant made in sterling silver with diamonds all across the front. A rope chain slinks through the single bail to finish the electric look.

Crickets Crush Sterling Silver 18" 0.50ctw Diamond Beaded Necklace Simple and subtly sparkling, there's nothing better than a staple you'll love having in your collection. This sterling silver necklace features five beads at the center in alternating sizes, all featuring diamonds throughout. A cable link chain extends out at either side of the row of beads – so they're not sliding around on the chain – to easily attach the piece to your look.

Crickets Crush Sterling Silver 1" 0.75ctw Diamond Swirl Drop Earrings Swirling sparkle, literally! Each cute earring in this set is crafted in sterling silver in a unique swirl design. Diamonds dazzle across the front facing portions of the design as butterfly backs fasten the duo to your lobes. It's that little bit of difference you'll love showing off in your collection.

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