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Celluloid, Bakelite and Lucite….These are the three basic categories into which Collectable plastic jewelry is divided. These faux amber hoop earrings are fashioned from opaque marbled lucite and are not only beautiful, they are durable, quality pieces and are highly collectable to those “in the know”.

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