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This item sold on September 20, 2007.

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These make great GIFTS. Easy to mail, unusual, unique, inexpensive, great stocking stuffers, something they don't have and something they will love and so will you. These are our longest size. We also make them smaller. If you have a very small ear lobe, get the smaller size. Check our other auctions. Only one hole per ear required. Very comfortable and easy to put on. They work like a bobby pin, going in the hole in your ear from the front with the ear wire going up behind your ear. You are bidding on ONE pair of climbing earrings. The ones offered in this auction are gold filled and black onyx. We make them in Amber, Amethyst, Black Onyx, Fossil Ivory, Malachite, Carnelian , Hematite, Lapis, Pearl and more. Gold filled or sterling silver beads on gold filled or sterling silver wire. All metal parts are gold filled on this pair. Gold filled is hollow gold filled with brass. The only metal that touches your skin is 14k gold. The gold surface of gold filled is 100 times thicker than a gold plated surface. It will NOT tarnish or fade in any way. Very well made. If you can wear 14k, you can wear 14k gold filled. NO NICKEL. New jewelry. Money back if not happy. See more at www.climbingearrings.com Buyer pays 2.50 shipping via US Mail in the USA and Worldwide. Yes, we do combine shipping. CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS, VISA, MASTER CARD, AMEX, DISCOVER and PAYPAL ACCEPTED. VERY FAST SHIPPING. Florida Residents must add .065% sales tax. Thanks, Bill

CLIMBING EARRING pin goes up your ear GOLD and ONYX


  • Materials: 14k gold filled, black onyx
  • Ships worldwide from United States

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  • Listed on Sep 20, 2007