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Alex and Ani Virginia Tech Logo Expandable Rafaelian Silver Bangle Bracelet

Article - Alex and Ani Virginia Tech Logo Expandable Rafaelian Silver Bangle Bracelet

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  • Charm: 0.93" H x 0.75" W
  • Made in United States

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Brand - Alex and Ani

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Color & Size - Rafaelian Silver & One Size

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