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Sterling Silver Peruvian Cuff Bracelet

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A unique addition to the Port of Mystery Collection, this Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet with 18k gold inlays from Peru is a well crafted example of artistic expression crossing cultural borders.  Beautifully designed and artfully executed, this piece is a real show stopper.

 

 

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