This Gold, Vintage and Rare McDonald’s Canada Employee Diamond Ring – Design You Trust

This Gold, Vintage and Rare McDonald’s Canada Employee Diamond Ring

For only $760 you can own this vintage beauty from the ’90s. Unfortunately, I could not find any information about who was given this ring, why and for what reason. It was probably awarded to the most successful employee or manager of the branch based on the financial results of the year.

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