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With a peach-pit-size cabochon emerald centered in a dangling frame, the necklace’s contemporary geometry is complemented by an intricate, diamond-bejeweled chain.
Inset geode halves, turquoise cabochons along with seed beads of black, blue, turquoise, white and gray fill the contours of an otherwise ghostly type figure - the hollow skull of a longhorn bull’s head.
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First Known Use: 1825See Words from the same year
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