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  • Elizabeth Cole - Alessa Gold-plated, Faux Pearl And Swarovski Crystal Earrings
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    - Elizabeth Cole Alessa earrings - Gold-plated - Pastel-pink faux pearls, pink Swarovski crystals - Bell-back fastening for pierced ears Stephanie Owen's jewelry label Elizabeth Cole takes inspiration from the American West and vintage designs. Her outfit-transforming spike necklaces and fierce animal rings are a hit with the Hollywood elite.
  • Fornash Fruity Three-Tone Stripe Earring
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    Three-toned resin stud earring Stripes never go out of style, and neither will our Fruity 3 Stripe Earrings. Inspired by 1960's vintage resin jewelry, the Fruity 3 Stripe Earrings are a triple threat. 3/4" diameter Stud earring Surgical steel posts
  • Fornash Fruity Two Striped Earring
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    Two-toned resin stud earring. Stripes never go out of style, and neither will our Fruity 2 Stripe Earrings. Inspired by 1960's vintage resin jewelry, the Fruity 2 Stripe Earrings are too perfect in all six color combos. 3/4" diameter Stud earring Surgical steel posts
  • Oscar de la Renta - Gold-plated, Resin And Swarovski Crystal Clip Earrings
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    - Oscar de la Renta red earrings - Gold-plated, resin - Swarovski crystals - Clip fastening An icon of the New York fashion scene, Oscar de la Renta was famed for the elegance and unapologetic glamor of his collections. Peter Copping, handpicked by the late designer himself, has now taken the reins as Creative Director and is committed to continuing this legacy.
  • Kenneth Jay Lane Faux-Turquoise Seed Bead Round Gypsy Hoop with PRCD Drop Earrings
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    Elegance, good taste and luxury never go out of style," says Kenneth Jay Lane, the man who single-handedly made costume jewelry cool. Lane's fabulous necklaces, rings, bracelets and brooches have caught the eye of the world's most glamorous women. Born in Michigan, Lane graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1954, then worked as an art director.He began embellishing them with rhinestones, which prompted him to start his jewelry line. Today, his name is a by-word for beauty and style.

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