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1960's Earrings with Large Faux Amber Cabochons Signed Hobe

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1960's Earrings with Large Faux Amber Cabochons Signed Hobe

Dating from the 1960's these clip-on earrings are set with large, glass cabochon stones that have the appearance of flawed amber and accented with faux pearls all set in a gold-tone setting, they measure 1 1/4 by 1 inches and are 1/2 of an inch in depth. Each earring is signed Hobe and they are in very good condition. These will make a statement when worn.

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