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Austinstore Miniature Dollhouse Birdcage Ornament Model Home Des

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Product description

Color:Black

Specifications:
This miniature bird cage looks vivid and beautiful.
With openable birdcage door design, it adds more fun for children while they are playing with it.
Made from up-standard alloy material with excellent workmanship so it is safe for kids to play with.
It is a great miniature craft for adding life ambience for your doll house.

Item Name: Dollhouse Bird Cage
Material: Alloy
Features: Dollhouse Decor, Home Decoration, Miniature, Kids Toy
Size: 3cm x 4cm/1.18" x 1.57" (Approx.)

Notes:
Due to the light and screen setting difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures."br" Please allow slight dimension difference due to different manual measurement."br""br" Package Includes:"br" 1 x Dollhouse Bird Cage"br"

Austinstore Miniature Dollhouse Birdcage Ornament Model Home Des

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