These little hand charms originated in Etruscan Italy, and are both beautiful and a little bit naughty. The term Figa means fig, and is a nod to female sexuality in the Italian language. Originally worn as a symbol of fertility and abundance, the charm's meaning evolved into good luck by the Victorian age. NOTE:PLEASE OBSERVE CAREFULLY THE PHOTOS! IT IS A SIGNIFICANT PART OF THE DESCRIPTION.Every potencial defect which is shown in the photos, but not mention in the description, will be considered for described. All the photos shoot by professional Nikon 105 Macro lens under 40x diopter magnification, so you can explore even the smallest detail like under microscope! Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva's.
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