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      pretty color pallet

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      Colour Palette: rustic tan, leather brown, antique blue, silver -- Master Bath

    • Donna Park

      vintage jewelry boxes I still have some

    • Donella Burton

      vintage jewelry boxes my mom has one of these & when I was a little girl I used to pull it out & go through all the family jewelry

    • Rhonda Einberger

      Antique jewelry boxes.....I had the middle one as a girl. My mom had a pink one very much like these.

    • Stephanie Sterk

      Old jewelry boxes.

    • Karen Hampton

      My grandmother had a jewelry box similar to these and I loved to look at all of her old costume jewelry when I was a little girl

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