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Dazzling Deco-inspired design makes this mirrored compact a wonderful gift to your bridesmaids or a wonderful accessory keep all to yourself. By Moyna. Polyester, glass beads, glass. Pouch: 4.5W, 2.75H. Mirror: 3.5W, 2H Imported
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