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Dolphin Earrings - Gold Plated
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Dolphins were a powerful symbol in Roman and Greek times as they were attributed to Neptune, god of the sea. To the early Christians, dolphins were a symbol of faith.

These Dolphin Earrings are made from 22ct gold plated lead-free pewter and supplied on gold plated hypoallergenic ear wires. The information card is full colour on the front and has historical information on the reverse.

 
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