Leather straight pendant

Product code: 1785
2,74 USD
Product description

On one side of the pendant is engraved coat of arms of Serbia and on the other side is inscription Serbia.

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Product description

On one side of the pendant is engraved coat of arms of Serbia and on the other side is inscription Serbia.

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