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Balinese Abalone and Garnet Earrings

$75.00

Price: $75.00

Item#:2001532

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On the Indonesian island of Bali, fishermen often carve jewelry from the shells of their catch. This handcrafted jewelry features hand-carved, rainbow-hued abalone shell set with crimson faceted garnets, all outlined in bronze.


Approximately 1 1/16"L.


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