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Peruvian Silver Bracelet w/18K gold

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Link Bracelet Marked “Peruvian Industrial Sterling” FT–The links are enameled. The center link is inset with 18K gold.  Measures 7 Inches in length when latched. A culturally diverse piece to “round out” your collection.

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