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Ruby Z Gabby The Happy Bunny Ceramic Necklace 1980S
$66.00
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Description
A RUBY Z handmade necklace beautifully hand painted black, white and pink ceramic beads and bunny by designer Candace Loheed. From the ‘80s Preowned in good condition with a barrel clasp closure.
Attributes
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Style: 1980
  • Measurements
  • Height: 10”
  • Width: 7”
  • Length: 9”
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