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13" Sandy Banded Urn, Cathedral White

$160.00
Est. Arrival: Dec 10 - Dec 18
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Why we love this

This urn features classical details that lend it the look of an antique. Crafted of Fiber Stone, in which sand and pebbles are cast into fiberglass to create the appearance of aged stone, it weighs much less than stone and is more durable than concrete. Made in the USA.

Color: cathedral white
Dimensions: 20" x 20" x 13"
Made Of: Fiber Stone
SKU: 76564233
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Dec 10 - Dec 18
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RETURNS: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Why we love this

This urn features classical details that lend it the look of an antique. Crafted of Fiber Stone, in which sand and pebbles are cast into fiberglass to create the appearance of aged stone, it weighs much less than stone and is more durable than concrete. Made in the USA.

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