Africa earing en bois et cory
Avant-garde fashion trend inspired by AFRO PUNK style
will adorn your ear to give you an AFRO EDGY look
Seen on TV (Clip WERE VANA "Casanova") and sweats the red carpets
The style exaggerated and very light. Can be worn alone or in pairs.
Suitable as a gift
Suitable for a fashion outfit
Dimensions: width 6.5cm, height 20cm
Material: brass, wood & cory
Color: brown, blue, green, red, yellow
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