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14K Infinite Love Name Necklace by JEWLR

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This special necklace features two names: mother and child, boyfriend and girlfriend, husband and wife or even best friends. The names are written on either side of the pendant and are attached with a classic infinity symbol. This pendant symbolizes the infinite bond formed by two people when they truly love each other. It is an amazing gift to give to someone who you can't imagine your life without. It is so sentimental because it shows the recipient how much they mean to you, but it is also a beautiful fashion piece that the wearer will never want to take off

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