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42" Yellow Forsythia in Glass Vase, Faux

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Est. Arrival: Dec 29 - Jan 06
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Why we love this

This arrangement of faux yellow forsythia is presented in a glass vase with faux water, which adds to its lifelike appeal.

Color: yellow
Dimensions: 30"L x 30"W x 42"H
Made Of: arrangement, silk; vessel, glass
SKU: 77209564
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Dec 29 - Jan 06
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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

This arrangement of faux yellow forsythia is presented in a glass vase with faux water, which adds to its lifelike appeal.

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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