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Metals Type:Zinc Alloy
Gender:Unisex
Necklace Type:Pendant Necklaces
Chain Type:Link Chain
Item Type:Necklaces
Material:Metal
Shape\pattern:Square
Pendant Size:50*MM*22MM
Item Type:Necklaces
Chain Length: 50cm

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