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Sterling Silver Large Native Pecan

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Sterling Silver 1" Pecan pendant/charm

Sterling Silver Large Native Pecan

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  • Sterling Silver Large Native Pecan

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What's interesting about this pendant/charm is that we used an actual Native Texas Pecan to make a mold!!
Texas Pecans are the envy of the world, we are known for this delectable native treat...especially when they're in a pie!! Mmm! This large pecan is about 1" tall and crafted in solid Sterling Silver.

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