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STORIES HANDMADE IN METAL
We guarantee this piece will not go unnoticed!
Three strands of fringe, old pre-Independence India coins and delicate spears drop from a polished brass sheet, unevenly looped around a twisted chocker. An epitome of modern vintage.
MEASUREMENTS: Drop - approx. 28cm
CARE: To shine the jewellery back to life, Chicory Chai recommends the granny's way. Mix a spoon full of vinegar and a pinch of salt in a bowl of water. Dip the jewelry in the bowl for 30 seconds. Take it out, rinse it under tap water and wipe it with a soft cloth. Voila!
SHIPPING & DELIVERY
This beauty will be on its way to you within 1-2 days from placing the order.
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