Researching Costume Jewelry History, Companies and Signatures -“M”

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 originally published by Dotty Stringfield on IllusionJewels.com

 

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COSTUME JEWELRY MARKS – M*

 

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M

  See CRYSTAL BRANDS

 

M — See I. MICHELSON

 

M in squareSee I. MICHELSON

 

M in a triangle — See MAYER, L. S.

 

MC superimposed — See I. MICHELSON

 

MC block letters — See CHUVEN, MURRY 

 

M with backwards C        see Marsala

 

M.E. See MARY ELLEN STEWART

 

M McF — See MARY MCFADDEN

 

M. & S. MFG. CO. INC. — Providence, RI c 1950

  • Mark:   M&S 1/20 12K GF     Courtesy Judie – ID: hunnie
  • Mark:   Phyllis Originals  Presentation box  Courtesy Nanette Alcock
  • Mark:   Phyllis in unslanted script first used June 1946
  • Mark:   Sterling Phyllis      Photo courtesy Laura Libio.
  • Mark:   “Scitarelli Creations by Phyllis” inside original presentation box; pendant marked “M&S 1/20 12K GF”    Courtesy Judie – ID: hunnie
  • Mark:   Scitarelli on a circle plate   
  • Mentioned in Jewelers Circular in 1950.

 

MACCIARINI CREATIONS  — San Francisco, CA c. 1940s – present

  • Mark:   “Macc” hand stamped or hand engraved.
  • Peter Macciarini first made jewelry in 1936, but didn’t open his own business until WWII ended.
  • He considered his jewelry avant-garde and was considered a major representative of Modernism American studio jewelry.
  • Peter’s son Daniel started training with his father in 1962.
  • Daniel, also an artist, has run the company since his father’s death in 2001.

 

MADE IN BRITAIN — See ENGLAND

 

MADE IN ENGLAND — See ENGLAND

 

MADEIRA CREATIONS c. 1960s

  • Mark:   HMS inside a crown      Courtesy Lilly Vittetow      Courtesy Lilly Vittetow

 

MAGIC EYE (script) — See CORO

 

MAH JONGG — See CORO

 

MAHARANI — See CORO

 

MAISON DAVID — See FREIRICH

 

MAJORICA  — See BENNETT, DANIEL

 

MAMIE — See CORO

 

MAMSELLE — See B. B. GREENBERG CO.

 

Mandel, David 1980s – present

  • Mark:   The Show Must Go On

 

MANDLE — Urie Mandle Corp. NY, NY

  • Mark:   URo Creationsfirst used June 1946
  • Founded in 1938 with partner Nat Levy 
  • Company dissolved during WW2
  • Urie was a partner in Lisner jewelry c. 1930.

 

MANDLE — R. MANDLE COMPANY

  • Mark:   R. Mandle     Photo courtesy Luda Tovey.
  • Mark:   Mandle with ©     Photo courtesy Beth Rowlands.
  • Mark:   ©R. Mandle with a crown over the “a” and “n”.     Photo courtesy RCJ.
  • Mark:   R. Mandle hangtag        Photo courtesy Pretty Snazzy.
  • Mark:   ©Mandle with crown over the “n”     Courtesy Geri Makris.
  • Founded by Robert Mandle, the son of Urie Mandle, in 1956
  • Robert retired in the 1990s and Gem-Craft acquired his master molds and use of his designs.

 

MANIFOLD 1934 See PROVIDENCE STOCK COMPANY

 

MARATHON — MARATHON CO.  Attleboro, Mass. 1907 to present (2/05)

  • Mark:   Marathon used since Jan. 1914
  • Mark:   12K GF Marathon  
  • Mark:   Kiddie Kraft
  • Mark:   Teen Kraft
  • Mark:   Sub-Deb
  • Mark:   Ladyette
  • Mark:   Perma-Plate
  • Mark:   Dolly Madison     Photo courtesy Cyndy Threadgill.
  • Mark:   Marathon with an arrow through it inside of diamond shapefirst used Aug. 1909
  • Still active in 1949.
  • Founded in 1907 as the Attleboro Chain Co.; incorporated in 1922 under present name.
  • 1965 ad says, “Quality Jewelry Since 1897”

 

MARBOUXSee BOUCHER

 

MARCEL BOUCHER — See BOUCHER

 

MARCELLE ORIGINALS — See MARSELLA, JULIO

 

MARESCO c.1970s-1980s

  • Mark:   Maresco     Courtesy Mary Puncec

 

MARHILL

  • Mark:   Marhill c. 1940     Photo courtesy Lilly Vittetow.
  • Mark:    Marhill ~ Fashioned on 5th Ave. N.Y.
  • Mark:   An Original By Marhill
  • Mark:   Marhill-Made in Japan.
  • Mark:         Photo courtesy Lyn Peightal.
  • Marhill earrings on card     Photo courtesy Lyn Peightal.
  • Marhill imported Japanese-made mother-of-pearl smoking accessories, compacts, and a small amount of jewelry.  Information courtesy Rebecca Fransway.
  • The Marhill Co., MOP jewelry, was listed in a 1954 accessories show brochure.

 

MARINO MFG. CO. Providence, RIc. 1957- 1983

  • Mark:   MARINO in block print    Photo courtesy Lee Caplan

 

MARINO — MARINO JEWELRY CO. INC. Pawtucket, RI 1932 -?

  • Mark:   Marino in script
  • Notes: According to Sept. 1978, Vogue ad, they have been making jewelry since 1932

 

MARJOLEIN BASTIN — See Bastin

 

MARK DOTTENHEIM — See DOTTENHEIM, MARK

 

MARIE FERRA — See FERRA

 

MARQUE DEPOSE — means registered mark

 

MARQUETT CREATIONS — See KAPLAN, MORRIS

 

MARSALA MANUFACTURING Columbus, OH c. 1987 – present

  • Mark:   M with backwards C 1987  
  • Mark:   M with backwards C 2009  
    Thanks to Patrick Dolan for the information.

 

MARSAND CREATIONS c. 1954

  • Listed in a 1954 brochure of an accessories show at the Hotel McAlpin in NY

 

MARSEL, LORRAINE See FLORENZA

 

MARSELLA, JULIO J. Providence, RI

  • Mark:   Script “Marcelle” going through the “O” of “Originals” Nov. 1955
  • Mark:   Julio Marsella     Photo courtesy Pam Brooks.

 

MARSLIEU — MARK OF THE IMPERIAL PEARL CO. INC. Providence, RI. see Imperial Pearl

 

MARVE-STAR See MARVELLA

 

MARVEL JEWELRY MANUFACTURING CO. Providence, RI at least 1942

  • Mark:   TOOTSIE since 1948, mostly for bracelets.
  • Mark:      since 1942   Courtesy Plenty O’ Jewels.
  • Mark:   Sterling Marvel     Courtesy eclecticgramma

 

MARVELLA — WEINREICH BROS. NY, NY  1911-present

  • Mark:   L’Opera 1928
  • Mark:   Marvella Zenith Quality 1939
  • Mark:   Marvella Minerva Quality 1939
  • Mark:   Lisanda since 1940
  • Mark:   Chiffon 1941
  • Mark:   Marvellissimo 1948
  • Mark:   Marvella Pearl Nuggets 1948
  • Mark:   Marvella Fabulous 1949
  • Mark:   Knight’s Collar used since 1949 for pearl jewelry
  • Mark:   Natura “95” 1954
  • Mark:   Spin-It 1955
  • Mark:   Marvella with copyright mark, after 1955       Photos courtesy RCJ
  • Mark:   Marvella first used after 1911     Courtesy RCJ
  • Mark:   Date Timer 1956
  • Mark:   Maturelle 1957
  • Mark:   Freshura 1958
  • Mark:   Marvellesque 1958
  • Mark:   Marvellette 1958
  • Mark:   Marvellier 1958
  • Mark:   Hi-Rise 1958
  • Mark:   Dynasty first used about June 1959
  • Mark:   Marvelustre 1960
  • Mark:   Marvelique 1961
  • Mark:   Marvella Coutura 1961
  • Mark:   Marvella Pearlescent 1961
  • Mark:   Marva-Star 1963
  • Mark:   Lisanda
  • Mark:   Neptune 1939
  • Mark:   Venus
  • Notes: [1982-2000: a division of the Monet Group]
  • Monet Group, which includes Trifari and Marvella was bought by Liz Claiborne in July 2000 and moved out of the country

 

MARVELLESQUE — See MARVELLA

 

MARVELLETTE — See MARVELLA

 

MARVELIQUE — See MARVELLA

 

MARVELLISSIMO — See MARVELLA

 

MARVELUSTRE — See MARVELLA

 

MARY ELLEN STEWART — See STEWART, MARY ELLEN

 

MARY MCFADDEN

  • Mark:        Courtesy Kathy Taylor
  • Contemporary designer

 

MARYSE BLANCHARD — Paris — 1950s – 1970s

  • Mark:   Modele Maryse Blanchard, Paris (from European Designer Jewelry by Ginger Moro)      Courtesy Cat Thompson.
  • She designed jewelry for couture houses and for her own line.

 

MASTER — See SILVERMAN

 

MASTER-CRAFT — MASTER-CRAFT NOVELTY CORP. — NY, NY

  • Mentioned in JC-K in 1943
  • Have ad from 1947

 

MATISSE, LTD. c. Dec. 1952 — See RENOIR

 

MATSUMOTO, KUNIO — See TRIFARI

 

MATURELLE — See MARVELLA

 

MAURICE JACOBS — See JACOBS, MAURICE

 

MAURICE MILLEUR — See MILLEUR

 

MAXANN MFTG. CO., INC.  Providence, RI

  • Mark:   Maxann seen in Keystone in 1950      Photo courtesy Alison’s Antiques & Vintage Jewelry on Ruby Lane

 

MAXIMAL ART See WIND, JOHN

 

MAYA

  • Mark:        Courtesy Kaye Aaroe Barbieri
  • Runway jewelry from the late 1980’s or early 1990’s (Liz Bryman).

 

MAYER, L.S.

  • Mark: Letter “M” in a triangle
  • Dates: c. 1930
  • Location: Pforzheim, Germany
  • Notes: Jewelry wholesaler

 

MAYFAIR JEWELRY CO. c. 1954

  • Listed in a 1954 brochure of an accessories show at the Hotel McAlpin in NY

 

MAYO, ROBERT — c. Jan. 1967

 

MAZER / MAZER BROS.— 1923-1981

  • Mark:   Sea-Maze used for artificial pearls since 1929
  • Mark:   Mystere script, since 1949
  • Mark:   Joseph Mazer     Photo courtesy Beth Rowlands.
  • Mark:   Mazer Bros 1926-1951.
  • Mark:   Mazer Sterling      Photo courtesy Cathy Gordon.
  • Mark:   Mazer Bros.     Courtesy Evelyn Phillips
  • Mark:   Jomaz 1946-1981      Photo courtesy Ann Robinson – ID: 9am.;    (after 1955 with©)     Photo courtesy Cathy Gordon.
  • Mark:   Joseph Mazer used “Mazer” from 1946-1981       Photo courtesy ID: justabunchawildflowers.
  • Mark:   Mazer Tag    Courtesy Sue Sinclair
  • Mark:   Thierry Mugler for Mazer 1978
  • Mark:   Adolfo for Mazer         Courtesy AJ’s Antiques & Art Gallery
  • Mark:   Sandi Miller for Mazer
  • Notes: Founded by Joseph Mazer and his brother Louis
  • Began costume jewelry production in 1927.

 

MB with the phrygian cap — see BOUCHER

 

MCCANN, JUDITH NY, NY c. 1955

  • Mark:   Judith McCann
  • Mark:   Judith McCann Designs      Courtesy Denise M Dougherty.
  • According to 2 Vogue ads form 1955 & 1959, she designed wingback earrings & the shuvon clasp — an ornamental fastening, while being part of the design, makes possible many arrangements of one necklace for neck, wrist or hair.
  • “Wingback” earrings is a trademark of the Wingback Company founded in NY.   1944 — patent #2414382;   Danecraft Co. also used this design for their earrings.)
  • Judith McCann Designs merged with several other companies in 1975 to form Elle Designs.

 

MCCLELLAND BARCLAY See BARCLAY, MCCLELLAND

 

MCGRATH-HAMIN INC. Providence, RI 1907 – Vagas bought in 1980

  • Mark:   M-H – 1951with arrows pointing to each side   Courtesy Lilly Vittetow
  • Mark:   Little Princess – 1958
  • Mark:    SILHOUETTES OF LOVE – 1977
  • Mark:   V- Garden – 1976
  • Mark:   MH in round mark – 1976  
  • Mark:   Cuff Vertibles – 1972   
  • Mark:   DIAM-O-BRITE – 1971
  • Mark:   KARATGEM – 1971
  • Mark:   Samart Creations   
  • Notes: Since 1907-1951 as Thomas McGrath,
  • 1951 –  McGrath-Hamin, Inc.
  • Purchased by Vargas in 1980.

 

MEDICI, LEAH AND LAUREN — See TWO SISTERS

 

ME-TO-YOU BY TRIFARI — See TRIFARI

 

MEMORIES OF LIFE (script) — See CORO

 

MERKSAMER — See FRED MEYER JEWELERS

 

METALITE (script) — See CORO

 

MELTZER, BEN

  • Mark:   Ben Meltzer Inc. NY   Photo courtesy Karen Bird.

 

MEYER BROS. Seattle, WA

  • Mark:   Fashion Art since 1957      Courtesy Cindy Amirkhan

 

MEYER, FRED — See FRED MEYER

 

MEYER, JOSEPH H. See JOSEPH H. MEYER

 

MEYER, N. S. — See N. S. MEYER

 

MICHAEL OSTER See OSTER, MICHAEL

 

MICHELSEN, ANTON Danish

  • Mark:   AM inside a triangle with a crown above.   Info courtesy Jennifer Lynn’s Timeless Jewelry.

 

I. MICHELSON NY, NY 1884 until at least 1931, perhaps later

  • Mark:     MC superimposed
  • Mark:      “M”
  • Later became I. Michelson & Sons.
  • Mark:     M in a square – mark of I. Michelson & Sons.

 

MIDG-ETTE — See ANSON

 

MIFAVORITE — See PROVIDENCE STOCK COMPANY

 

MILHAM, BETTY c. Dec. 1965

 

MILLER, HARRICE SIMMONS

  • Mark:   HSM

 

MILLER, NOLAN

  • Mark:   Photo courtesy ID: justabunchawildflowers.

 

MILLEUR, MAURICE New Orleans & MS Gulf Coast

  • Mark:        Courtesy RCJ
  • Contemporary designer who works in pewter
  • Trade name Pewter Graphics, Inc.

 

MIMI DI N 1960 to at least 1995

  • Mark:   Mimi Di N     Photo courtesy Stefanie Brawner.
  • Mark:   Mimi Di N with a date [after c.1970]   
  • Mark:   Bracelet was found with both these marks on it, but can find no information.        Courtesy Cathy Corday
  • Mark:   Mimi Di N © 1995     Courtesy Renee’ Burch
  • Mimi di Niscemi worked with Arnold Scassi, Robert DeMario and Brania before opening her own company in 1960.

 

MING JEWELRY

  •   Mark:   Ming’s Sterling Photo courtesy Pat Seal
  • Mark: Ming’s
  • Dates: 1941 to 1999
  • Founded: Wook Moon
  • Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

 

MIRACLE — A HILL AND COMPANY (Birmingham) LTD.  England 1946 to present

  • Costume Jewelry:
  • Mark:   Miracle    Photo courtesy Darlyn     Courtesy RCJ
  • Mark:   Miracle A
  • Mark:   Miracle AB
  • Mark:   Miracle AS
  • Mark:   Miracle Anglo-Saxon
  • Mark:   Miracle Britain   “Britain” portion of the mark     Photo courtesy Jo-Ann Sturko.
  • Mark:   Mirac Britn
  • Mark:   A Miracle Creation
  • Mark:   Miracle R
  • Mark:   Miracle ®
  • Mark:   Miracle V
  • Mark:   Miracle Viking
  • Mark:   Miracle (+ a number)
  • Mark:   Celtic Jewelry + (in Irish Gaelic) Made in England

 

COSTUME JEWELRY MADE FOR SOLVAR (Sol D’Or)

  • Mark:   Miracle
  • Mark:   SOL D’OR Miracle
  • Mark:   SOL D’OR     Photo courtesy Pam Brooks
  • Mark:   SOL D’OR BRITAIN

 

STERLING SILVER

  • Mark:   Miracle, AH, plus 2 marks of the Edinburgh mint (castle & thistle) & date letter code used on silver jewelry.     Courtesy Carole Morris
  • Mark:   Made in Scotland hangtag     Photo courtesy Jo Ann Sturko.
  • Mark:   Miracle, Mizpah        Courtesy Carole Morris
  • A Hill & Co. made costume, Sterling and low carat gold pieces.
  • A very small amount of their jewelry is NOT signed.
  • Shiman Bros. & Albert S. Samuel probably distributed A. Hill products in the US, that already had the Miracle signature on them.
  • The company name was changed to Miracle Jewellery Ltd. in January, 2006.
  • They had a small factory in Coldstream, Scotland from 1969 to 1980
  • English company who made pieces signed MIZPAH with the heart & arrow signature was Quarrier Ward & Ward Brothers.
  • Designs of both companies were recently bought by the Miracle company.
  • Butler and Wilson never made any Miracle jewelry.
  • Information provided by Carole Morris: Miracle Jewelry Collectors

 

MIRIAM HASKELL — See HASKELL, MIRIAM

 

MISS HATTIE — See CARNEGIE

 

MITCHEL MAER — See DIOR, CHRISTIAN

 

MITCHELL’S JEWELRY NY late 1940s until late 1960s

  • Mark:   FAM — initials of the Mitchell’s children
  • Only marked their jewelry for a short time, so most was unmarked.
  • Information from Mrs. Mitchell provided to RCJ by Sammie.

 

MIZPAH — See MIRACLE

 

MJ ENT — MJ ENTERPRISES — Cranston, RI c. 1977 present

  • Mark:   MJ ENT      Courtesy Myrtle Pilgreen.

 

MMA — METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

  • Mark:   MMA

 

MODE ART See ART

 

MODERNE BEAUTY See PROVIDENCE STOCK COMPANY — 1934 

 

MOINI, IRADJ( ee’ -radj-uh moy’ nee )

  • Mark:   Photo courtesy Erik Yang.
  •   Contemporary designer

 

MONET — See Monocraft Products Co., Inc. (Mo-nay)

 

MONIES, GERDA LYNGGARD Denmark c. 1970s

  • Mark:   Gerda Lynggaard Monies   Photo courtesy Myrna Seale.
  • Mark:   Gerda Lynggaard for Monies Copenhagen    Courtesy Judy Miller
  • Mark:   Monies     Courtesy Judy Miller
  • Mark:        Courtesy Judy Miller
  • Notes: Some pieces were only marked with a paper tag.
  • Gerda Lynggaard and Nicolai Monies met in jewelry school in 1973. They married and started their jewelry business.
  • They use many natural stones and materials in their jewelry.
  • Monies makes two lines: Monies Unique, designed & made by Gerda and Nicolai and larger collections produced in workshops working for Monies.

 

MONOCRAFT PRODUCTS CO., INC. 1927

  • Mark:   Monocraft- first used by Monocraft Products in 1927; mark registered in 1952; mark renewed in 1972; now dead (US Trademark site)
  • Mark:   Monet mark first used in 1937 by Monocraft Products (US Trademark site)  
  • Mark:   Monet Jewelers     Photo courtesy Sam & Yvonne Mitchell.
  • Mark:  MONET     Photo courtesy Deb Schneider
  • Mark:   Monet Sterling     Courtesy Jim Katz
  • Mark:   Monet Pat. Pend.   
  • Mark:   Monet Jewelry tag     Courtesy Jim Katz
  • Mark:   Monet  
  • Mark:   Monet with copyright, after 1955      Courtesy of K Paxson
  • Mark:   Monet tag  
  • Mark:   Ciani 1997; abandoned 2000  
  • Notes: Monocraft (parent company of Monet) was founded by Michael and Jay Chernow in New York in 1927 and the name was used into the 1970s.
  • Purchased by General Mills in 1968
  • From 19891994 it was a subsidiary of Crystal Brands jewelry Group.
  • 1994-2000owned by Chase Capital Partners, Lattice Holding A division of the Monet Group.
  • Monet Group, which includes Trifari and Marvella was bought by Liz Claiborne in July 2000 and moved out of the country.

 

MOONBEAM — See CORO

 

MOONRAYS — See CORO

 

MORELAND, DEBRA studios in Cincinnati, Ohio 1990-present;

  • Mark:   Fleur-de-lis charm, plus the artisan’s signature charm
  • Her company is named “Paris” and specializes in bridal jewelry and accessories.
  • She purchased B. David manufacturing facilities (only) in 1993.
  • Thanks to Hannah Moreland Reck & Bonnie Rasche for info.

 

MORREY, ELIZABETH

Did home parties in the 1950s and 1960s
Did some of the ethnic faces in molded plastic

  • Morton, Josef
  • Mark:         Photo courtesy Cathy Gordon.
  • Mark:         Photo courtesy Cathy Gordon.

 

MOSELL — Frederick Mosell Jewelry Co. NY, NY 1940

  • Mark:        Courtesy Aged and Opulent Jewelry
  • Notes: 1st collection shown in April 1941
  • Mentioned in a Nov. 1962 Seventeen magazine for a non-jewelry item.
  • Mosell was both owner and designer

MR. JOHN c. 1940s, 1950s

  • Hangtag:        Courtesy Karla Wacker
  • Mark:   Mr. John     Courtesy Melissa Hatfield
  • A New York hat designer; jewelry has paper tags

MURRLE, BENNETT AND CO. London, England 1884

  • Mark:        Courtesy Cathy Gordon
  • Mark:   Theodor Fahrner made some jewelry for Murrle Bennett, which carried both their marks.    Courtesy Cathy Gordon
  • Wholesale jewelry firm specializing in Art Nouveau designs.
  • Murrle was repatriated to Germany during WWI and the company became White Redgrove and Whyte.
  • Info courtesy Cathy Gordon (from Vivienne Becker, Art Nouveau Jewelry).

MURRY CHUVEN — See CHUVEN, MURRY

 

MUSEUM OF FINE ART Boston, MA

  • Mark:   MFA     Courtesy Gil Gupton

MUSEUM REPRODUCTIONS, INC.

 

  Mark: Stacked triangles  Photo courtesy Linda Jo D. Mitchell

  • Dates: 1969 until present
  • Founded: As Young Collectors Inc. by Mrs. Morgan Smith in 1969
  • Location: Brookline, MA
  • Current owner: Purchased by Lars Messler in 1984 who changed the name to Museum Reproductions.

MUSI

  • Mark:   Musi  

MUSIC BOX See CORO

MYLU est. by Lynne Gordon & Marge Borofsky c. 1960s – 1970

  • Mark:   Mylu  
  • Became a division of Coro in 1968

MYSTERE — See MAZER

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

PAT SEAL: research files
DOTTY STRINGFIELD: research files
BOBYE SYVERSON: research files.
A TRIBUTE TO AMERICA by Carla and Roberto Brunialti
AMERICAN COSTUME JEWELRY by Carla and Roberto Brunialti
AMERICAN JEWELRY MANUFACTURERS by Dorothy T. Rainwater
COLLECTIBLE COSTUME JEWELRY by Cherri Simonds
COLLECTING COSTUME JEWELRY 101 By Julia Carroll
COLLECTING COSTUME JEWELRY 202 By Julia Carroll
COLLECTING RHINESTONE COLORED JEWELRY by Maryanne Dolan
COPPER ART JEWELRY by Burkholz and Kaplan
COSTUME JEWELRY A PRACTICAL HANDBOOK AND GUIDE by Fred Rezazadeh
COSTUME JEWELRY (2nd Ed.) by Harrice Simons Miller
EUROPEAN DESIGNER JEWELRY by Ginger Moro
INSIDE THE JEWELRY BOX By Ann Pitman
LUCILLE TEMPESTA: owner-publisher of the Vintage Fashion & Costume Jewelry Magazine
MASTERPIECES OF COSTUME JEWELRY by Ball and Torem
MID-CENTURY PLASTIC JEWELRY By Susan Klein
MIRIAM HASKELL JEWELRY by Cathy Gordon and Sheila Pamfiloff
OLD JEWELRY by Jeanenne Bell
WARMAN’S JEWELRY 2nd Ed. by Christie Romero
WARMAN’S JEWELRY 3rd Ed. by Christie Romero

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