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Hand Crafted 14 Karat Yellow Gold And White Gold Eagle Necklaces
Browse our newest line of gold eagle necklaces each piece is hand made of 14 karat yellow and white gold right here in the U.S.A. Detail, creativity and producing unique exclusive, original designs of custom high quality hand crafted eagle jewelry is this designers specialty.
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On orders of $100.00 or more!
This offer is not valid on Cold Cast Bald Eagle Sculptures, Etched Glass Eagle Home Decor and Etched Glass Eagle Mirrors and Coat Racks. If ordering quantities of 10 or more please call for discounted prices and shipping rates.
Offer valid on shipments within the U.S. only.
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American Bald Eagle Facts
Did You Know?
The Great Seal of the United States was implemented on June 20, 1782 its captivating design was created from suggestions by several of our nations great leaders such as Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and Benjamin Franklin and Charles Thomson, who chose the American Bald Eagle as the foundation of the Great Seal.