Tuareg Silver Earrings - Green Jewel

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Tuareg Silver Earrings - Green Jewel

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Hand-made by the Tuareg people of North Africa, known around the globe for their skill in jewelry making, and especially silver design. These Tuareg silver earrings (not sterling or pure silver) are a compliment to any wardrobe. 1.5" long and .5" wide. Made in Niger. J-TE042
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