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MIAOMSI Ceramic Succulent Plant Pot Owl Flowing Glaze Base Seria

$33

MIAOMSI Ceramic Succulent Plant Pot Owl Flowing Glaze Base Seria

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Product description

This flowerpot can grow succulents and flowers, and green vegetation dots your warm courtyard.
This simple and cute shape, you can use it to decorate your backyard, lawn, indoor window sill or entrance, bring unlimited vitality and fun to your space, and leave a deep impression on your guests
Feature:
1. Modern Design: Owl shape best for adding a dash of refreshingly modern design to your home, delicate ceramic pot can serve a variety of purposes, it's a perfect gift for family and friends who love succulent plants with a green thumb or keep it in your own home for a touches of clean, modern style in your living space.
2. Product Included: 3Pcs pot, Decorations and plants are not included.
3. Materialamp;Note: Ceramic( clay and baked in high temperatures).Handmade products, color and shape may a little bit different.
4. Special you can See: A simple and sleek contemporary petite, Beautifully glazed with elegant, attractive color plant pot. Gardening props, suitable for decorative gardening, desk, bookshelf, dinning table, living room, hosting room and everywhere.
Specification:
Material: Ceramic
Style: Cartoon Owl
Used With: Flower/Green Plant

Package list:
Decoration flower pot x 1

Notes:
Due to the light, the resolution of the computer screen is only a choice of several physical colors,there may be some color differences, please understand.
For manual measurement, there may be an error of about 1-3cm, please understand.Before buying, please be optimistic about the size and make sure you don't mind.
There are many decorations in our shop, you can definitely choose your favorite products.
If you have any questions, you can contact us by email, we will answer your questions in time, thank you for your understanding
Note: Due to shooting light and manual measurement, the actual product may be slightly different from the picture you received. Thank you for your understanding.

MIAOMSI Ceramic Succulent Plant Pot Owl Flowing Glaze Base Seria

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