Cesare's Veto Stud Earring

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$40.00

Cesare Borgia was the brother of Lucrezia Borgia. This earring is demonstrative of his Florentine solution to all political problems. This sword earring is hand made in fine English pewter with a red crystal drip of "blood".
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Cesare Borgia was the brother of Lucrezia Borgia.  This earring is demonstrative of his Florentine solution to all political problems. This sword earring is hand made in fine English pewter with a red crystal drip of "blood".
  • Approximately 2-3/4" long

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