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Erie Basin/Aesa Jewelry
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Erie Basin is a Victorian Jewelry and Objects Shop located in Red Hook Brooklyn.

Production assistant for Aesa Jewelry, a small jewelry line based out of Greenpoint Brooklyn

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At 7:07pm on March 15, 2009, Brigitte Martin said…
Hello Erin:

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