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32x56mm Pewter/ Glass Pendant, Arrowhead, Embellished - Oyster/ Gold Plated (Each)

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88-421-001-904
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Color:
Oyster/ Gold Plated
Size:
32x56mm
Country of Origin:
China
Hole Size:
2.0mm

Product Reviews

  • 3

    These are very nice but too thin for what I want.

    Thanks R&T

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