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Eigenschaften:

  • Material: Reinheit: 925
  • Länge des Artikels: 45 mm.
  • Beschichtung: Rhodium.
  • Hauptmaterial: Sterlingsilber.
  • Dicke: 2 mm.
  • Breite: 45 mm.
  • Schmuckart: Ohrringe.
  • Material: Farbe: Weiß.
  • Ohrringverschluss: Draht und Kupplung.
  • Ohrring-Typ: Kreolen.


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