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XKOEY Tableware, Ceramic Bowl Breakfast, Noodle Folk Culture Bow

$38

XKOEY Tableware, Ceramic Bowl Breakfast, Noodle Folk Culture Bow

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Product description

Size:17.8*17.8*8.3cm  |  Color:Blueb

Size:17.8*17.8*8.3cm| Colour:Blueb
Product Information ;
Bowl specifications ;
The name of the bowl: soup bowl.
Bowl material: ceramic
Bowl size: 17.8*17.8*8.3cm
The function of the bowl:
Rice, dishes, soups, noodles, salads, fruit, ice cubes, desserts, pasta, fries.
Features of the bowl:
The original style is original and handmade. The porcelain is mild and delicate, and the texture is very comfortable.
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XKOEY Tableware, Ceramic Bowl Breakfast, Noodle Folk Culture Bow

 

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