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Miniature Ceramic Bridge Figurine 2.75 x .05 x 1.0 Tall


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Miniature Ceramic Bridge Figurine 2.75 x .05 x 1.0 Tall
Imported ceramic bridge. Terrific at the base of, or alongside your bonsai to create a picturesque landscape, or simply display on a shelf.


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