Ore Bronze Clay Persimmon Earring
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Persimmons are seen as a symbol of good luck and longevity. These beautifully designed earrings by Julie Cohn sit on top bronze colored ore with gold filled wire. The bright orange hue to reminds you never forget what's important in life-- like finding your happiness!
Why we love them: The bold pop of color brightens any complexion. Wear with: a white button down shirt.
- Dimensions: 1 inch
- Materials: Bronze, polymer clay, gold-filled ear wire
- Made in USA
- Women-owned company
- Limited Edition
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