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Mini Resin Pig Fairy Garden Plant Pots Bonsai Miniature Figurine


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Size:Pig with pot

🐷Shipping time: usually 7 - 15 working days.
🐷Ornament of piglet, hand painted fiinished with UV paint to prevent fading.
🐷Adds interest to your garden and home.
🐷Durable and provide long lasting enjoyment.
🐷The package not contain plants, please allow some unavoidable handmade flaws and slight deviation for the measurement and color

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