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Rectangle Ceramic Bonsai Pot 14.125x11.0x4.0


Image: Rectangle Ceramic Bonsai Pot 14.125x11.0x4.0 Sale Price: $36.00

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Rectangle Ceramic Bonsai Pot 14.125x11.0x4.0
Rectangle unglazed pot with four raised feet

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