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Buffalo Pink x Stephanie Singleton - Mid High - AmericanSocks

Buffalo Pink x Stephanie Singleton - Mid High - AmericanSocks

@Overstock.com - This lamp combines the strength of steel and the elegance of pure silk. Handmade by Vietnamese artisans, each silk lantern has the unique character one would expect from a fairly traded, non-factory made product.http://www.overstock.com/Worldstock-Fair-Trade/Hanging-Blooming-Jewel-Lotus-Lamp-Vietnam/5186575/product.html?CID=214117 $80.99

Hanging Blooming Jewel Lotus Lamp , Handmade in Vietnam

@Overstock.com - This lamp combines the strength of steel and the elegance of pure silk. Handmade by Vietnamese artisans, each silk lantern has the unique character one would expect from a fairly traded, non-factory made product.http://www.overstock.com/Worldstock-Fair-Trade/Hanging-Blooming-Jewel-Lotus-Lamp-Vietnam/5186575/product.html?CID=214117 $80.99

The Singleton Wallet is a mid-length wallet with three card slots, a full-sized bill slot, and one hidden pocket behind the card slots, and a large zipper pocket.  The wallet is equipped with a solid brass ring for the use of a wallet chain or leather rein.-SR

The Singleton Wallet is a mid-length wallet with three card slots, a full-sized bill slot, and one hidden pocket behind the card slots, and a large zipper pocket. The wallet is equipped with a solid brass ring for the use of a wallet chain or leather rein.-SR

Virginia White Gourdseed Corn. 125 days. [1700s, originating from Native American genuine gourdseed corn. Reselected by Dr. Ralph Singleton and reintroduced 1986 by SESE. Recent seedstock thanks to the Accokeek Foundation.] Large, long, white kernels on fat, short, 3” x 8” ears. Kernels shell easily. White cobs, 1-2 ears/stalk, 10-12’ plants. Excellent resistance to Southern Leaf Blight, well-adapted to the Mid-Atlantic from Virginia southward.

Virginia White Gourdseed Corn. 125 days. [1700s, originating from Native American genuine gourdseed corn. Reselected by Dr. Ralph Singleton and reintroduced 1986 by SESE. Recent seedstock thanks to the Accokeek Foundation.] Large, long, white kernels on fat, short, 3” x 8” ears. Kernels shell easily. White cobs, 1-2 ears/stalk, 10-12’ plants. Excellent resistance to Southern Leaf Blight, well-adapted to the Mid-Atlantic from Virginia southward.

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