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Acetate resin pendant from Zola Elements This Bar Drop-shaped pendant features a punched hole at the top Mix with other jewelry making components to create a timeless vintage look Color Garden Party (black white pearloid green pink brown blue red purple cream) Note Colors will vary from piece to piece No two pieces are alike yet they all complement one another Measurements 34mm long 3mm wide 2 5mm thick The hole has an inner diameter of 1 5mm Quantity 2 pieces

Zola Elements PNT-040 Pendant, Garden Party

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