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[Product information] SKU:103401 Brand:BVLGARI number:6073-B 278/13 5913 135 gender:mens Color:Silver Marble Model:Rhinestone [Size(CM)] W14cm Lens:4.8cm x 5.9cm Temple Length:13.5cm [Size(Inch)] W5.5inch Lens:1.9 x 2.3inch Temple Length:5.3inch [Material] metal/Platstick [Come with] Storage Box, Storage Bag, Case [Condition] Rank :Mint Although it is a beautiful product, has a slight usability, and has small scratches, it is a beautiful product that can still be used.


  • Online since:2021-01-21
  • Categories :Men
  • Category:Accessories
  • Sub-category:Sunglasses
  • Designer:Bvlgari
  • Condition:Very good condition
  • Material:Metal
  • Colour:Other
  • Location:Japan, from the seller samurai
  • Reference:13992955


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