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Day of the Dead Jewelry Red Glass skulls and black beads bracelet

Day of the Dead Jewelry Red Glass skulls and black beads bracelet
Price: $14.95
Product ID : Day-of-the-dead-Red-Glass-skull-bracelet
Weight: 1.00 lbs

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Day of the Dead stretchy bracelet is approximately 3" in diameter. Flat red glass skull beads measure 6/8" by 5/8". Strung with black spacer beads.

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