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Edo-kiriko Bud Vase F663-1687-ccb


Save 1% on the Edo-kiriko Bud Vase F663-1687-ccb by Kagami-Cristal at Baba News Line. MPN: F663-1687CCB. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Edo Kiriko is crafted cut glass crafts and glass construction, which began in the (now Tokyo) Edo to the end of the Edo


Product Description

Edo Kiriko is crafted cut glass crafts and glass construction, which began in the (now Tokyo) Edo to the end of the Edo period.

Features & Highlights

  • 7H 1.8W 100% crystal glass
  • Comes with original box for storage
  • Hand made Edo Kiriko (cut glass) made by Kagami-Cristal, Japan's top craftsmen.

Additional Information

Manufacturer:Kagami-Cristal
Brand:Kagami-Cristal
Color:Blue
Model:F663-1687CCB
Part Number:F663-1687CCB
Publisher:Kagami-Cristal
Studio:Kagami-Cristal
MPN:F663-1687CCB
EAN:4940007048888
Package Weight:1.26 pounds
Package Size:3.82 x 3.58 x 3.58 inches

Edo-kiriko Bud Vase F663-1687-ccb by Kagami-Cristal

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Edo-kiriko Bud Vase F663-1687-ccb

Brand: Kagami-Cristal
Condition: New
Lead Time: 1 - 2 Business Days
Availability: In Stock
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