Karin Worden
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  • Laguna Beach, CA
  • United States
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Laguna Beach, CA
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Silver Blue & Gold
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I own a gallery of contemporary studio jewelry and I am a jeweler.
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At 8:43pm on October 6, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
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