Anding 3D Textured Porcelain Vase
Last updated: August 14, 2023
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This oval vase with a three-dimensional design is a great porcelain-style accent piece for any room. It's about 5.7 inches high with a string glued and wrapped around the bottle-style top.
In our analysis, the Anding 3D Textured Porcelain Vase placed 3rd when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
SIZE: L4.3 x H5.7x W1.57inches. MATERIAL: Ceramic. Elegant white origami design three-dimensional view and decoration co-exist. Great for adding a decorative touch to any room’s decor. Wonderful accent piece for coffee tables or side tables. Perfect for everyday use, wedding, events, aromatherapy,Spa, Reiki, Meditation. BENEFITS: The vases can accent your home or office for the right decor with or without dry floral or greenery additions.
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