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Silvery Peacock Button Freshwater Pearl 3x5mm Bead Strand

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Silvery Peacock Button Freshwater Pearl 3x5mm Bead Strand. Our freshwater pearls are hand selected for the pearls luster, color and shape.
  • Sold by the 16 inch pearl bead strand.
  • Made in China.
    Quality cultured freshwater pearls always guaranteed.
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