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Pair of natural button pearl and diamond 'Creoles-Croissant' earclips, JAR, Paris The bombé crescents composed of numerous.
Beautiful antique finish 22 carat gold kadas with fine detailing, embellished with enamel from Kalyan Jewellers.
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Pearl Bangle or Pearl Kada from Prince Jewellery. This 22 carat Pearl Kada has heavy gold design with pearls studded in the middle.
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