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Vintage Buddha And Onyx Necklace

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Vintage Buddha And Onyx Necklace From Peter Ciesla

24" Length With 1.5" Chain Extension And 5" x 4" Bib

Hook And Eye Closure

Glass Beading

Available In Black/Silver

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July 29 - August 5

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Vintage Buddha And Onyx Necklace From Peter Ciesla

24" Length With 1.5" Chain Extension And 5" x 4" Bib

Hook And Eye Closure

Glass Beading

Available In Black/Silver

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Each Peter Ciesla Jewelry piece is nothing short of a masterpiece. Peter, a fiber artist and designer by trade, is joined by his sculptor wife to create sculptural beaded neckpieces and cuffs that fuse art and fashion into jewelry with wow factor.

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