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GXJSCYK Chinese Architecture Bookend Landscape Book Stand Wrough

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GXJSCYK Chinese Architecture Bookend Landscape Book Stand Wrough

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Product description

Size:13*10*18cm  |  Color:Black

With strong Chinese elements.
The bookends are perpendicular to 90 degrees at a right angle, and the books are stable and not toppling.
Chinese style adds more charm.
[Applicable space] bookcase/desk/tea room /Model room/study room/living room/hotel.
All-match style, the overall effect is simplely and elegant, and the details are exquisite.

Material: wrought iron
Style: Chinese style
Specification: one pair
Color: black/gold

Packing: 1 pair *Bookends (books in the picture is not included.)

Note:
1. Due to differences between monitor displays, actual color may vary slightly from image.
2.Item Measure by hand, it could be 1-2cm different,your kind understanding will be much appreciated.
Actual color will be slight difference between the picture due to brightness.

GXJSCYK Chinese Architecture Bookend Landscape Book Stand Wrough


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Launched on the 1st of December 2011, AMIGA project has received a six-months extension and will officially terminate on May 31, 2016.
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