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Silver Heart Pendants

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Hebreos 11:1-3 Es, pues, la fe la certeza de lo que se espera, la convicción de lo que no se ve. Porque por ella alcanzaron buen testimonio los antiguos. Por la fe entendemos haber sido constituido el universo por la palabra de Dios, de modo que lo que se ve fue hecho de lo que no se veía.♔

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Not crazy about micky mouse but I still think this is pretty cool...

Holding on to anger and pain causes disease in your body. Don't be afraid of your feelings, acknowledge them, let them out and then let them go - inspired by Caroline Myss

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Well, this is not a jewel exactly, but a really beautiful key. The interlaced initials MR crowning the top of this key stand for Mary Regina (Queen). Ceremonial keys were worn by the Lord Chamberlain, chief officer of the royal household, as an emblem of office.  Chamberlain’s key with crowned cypher of Mary II (1662-1694) Date: ca. 1685–95 Culture: British Medium: Steel

Well, this is not a jewel exactly, but a really beautiful key. The interlaced initials MR crowning the top of this key stand for Mary Regina (Queen). Ceremonial keys were worn by the Lord Chamberlain, chief officer of the royal household, as an emblem of office. Chamberlain’s key with crowned cypher of Mary II (1662-1694) Date: ca. 1685–95 Culture: British Medium: Steel

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200+pcs+assorted+mixed+antiqued+bronze+skeleton+key+by+aniknition,+$128.00

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