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*Coin size in centimeters - see below

Green Sea Glass Earring Sets

Stock #: 0910-13  
Category: Sea Glass Earring Set
Grade: Jewelry A & B
Size: Small
Color: Seafoam
Ounces: 
Pieces: 6
$27.95


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For Size Comparison
Size of dime cm
American Dime


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American Quarter




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