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Black beaded necklace made up of three strands, with metal discs hanging from bottom edges of all strands. Each strand is longer than the one preceding it. The three strands connect to two smaller strands on either side of the necklace which then fasten together. The strand on the left has a beaded end and the strand on the right has a looped end. There are seven metal discs on the top strand, nine discs on the middle strand, twelve discs on the bottom strand. Each disc is attached to the larger strands by two small beaded strands. Threads in interior of beaded strands, connecting discs on the bottom strand, are black. Threads connecting discs on the top two strands are white.

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