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44" Ivy in Pot, Faux

Now: $109.50 Was: $149.00
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Est. Arrival: Dec 31 - Jan 08
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Why we love this

Add this faux ivy to your space and get the look of a live, growing plant without any of the maintenance.

Color: green
Dimensions: 10" x 42" x 43.5"
Made Of: silk
SKU: 76584096
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Dec 31 - Jan 08
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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.
Michael Hansen, owner of The French Bee, has traveled the globe amassing a collection of the finest botanicals in the industry. He and his talented designers handcraft exquisite lifelike arrangements with impeccable precision and impressive attention to detail.
Why we love this

Add this faux ivy to your space and get the look of a live, growing plant without any of the maintenance.

About the Brand
Michael Hansen, owner of The French Bee, has traveled the globe amassing a collection of the finest botanicals in the industry. He and his talented designers handcraft exquisite lifelike arrangements with impeccable precision and impressive attention to detail.
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