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Polish Eagle Movable Winged Wheel Motorcycle Ring Sterling Silver Gold Alloy on 2040-parts.com

US $105.00
Location:

Rego Park, New York, United States

Rego Park, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:bebarsoum Country of Manufacture:United States Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Just introduced.
Brand Spankin' New!!!! This Awesome ring is the BEST ENGINEERED flying wheel ring !! Sterling Silver.925/*Gold alloy "Free-Spinning" wheel .... .. DETAILED * Gold wing (2) .... Side Skull accent ,.... Motorcycle wheel,..and it turns>>>>>...... 18Karat *Goldtone finished wings on silver Comfort fit shank ............State your finger size,(9-14).....otherwise comes size 12 .....Over size 14,add $9.00............ Heavybuilt / USA .......... Artisan made/signed .......... Also available in ALL silver version:(add $17.00) ........ A KICKASS Road WARRIOR collectible for yer Scoot. : An Original Ring Design Custom Club rings made to order.

*Gold alloy is similar to brass with the color of Karat gold.

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