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Classic Charleston Tea Party with Gold Creations.
Founded in 1975 by Glenn and Vicki Wolfe, Gold Creations has been selling jewelry and covetable treasures in the Charleston City Market ever since. Shop Gold Creations @ https://www.goldcreationschas.com/

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