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Mwclis Calon Enamel - Mi Gerddaf Gyfa thi

Mwclis Calon Enamel - Mi Gerddaf Gyfa thi

£ 60.00

BUDDUG Heart shaped enamel pendant with the words ‘Mi gerddaf gyda thi’ which is from an old poem (writer unknown) which translates ‘I will walk with you’. The full poem is read in many welsh weddings.


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