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Silver 925 Rock Crystal Finland Mirjam Salminen Kaunis Koru Necklace

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Silver Rock Crystal Finland Mirjam Salminen Kaunis Koru Necklace Lahti Finland 1974 Manufactured by K.Salonen Jalometallipaja Chain lenght 39cm Width 4.5cm, Lenght 8.2, Depth 1.6cm
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