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SOIMISS Glass Store Cloche Bell Jar with store Cover Cake Wood De Base

SOIMISS Glass Cloche Bell Jar with Wood Base Glass Cake Cover De

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SOIMISS Glass Cloche Bell Jar with Wood Base Glass Cake Cover De

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Product description

Color:Style 2

Description
Cake Display Cover Food Transparent Cover Wooden Tray Displaying Cover

Feature
- Material: Glass, wood
- Size: 8. 5 x 8. 5 x 13cm

Package Including
1 pcs glass cover
1 pcs wood base

SOIMISS Glass Cloche Bell Jar with Wood Base Glass Cake Cover De

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