Head Over Heels Kinetic Necklace
Head Over Heels Kinetic Necklace
Head Over Heels Kinetic Necklace
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Head Over Heels Kinetic Necklace

The gold heart in the center of this silver necklace actually tumbles as you move.
created by

Alan Ardiff

$250.00

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Alan Ardiff

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