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Blue Coral on Marble & Sterling Base
$219.00
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CARE Use silver polish as needed.
COLOR figurine, blue; base, black; accent, silver
DIMENSIONS 7" x 7" x 10"
MADE OF figurine, gorgonian melithaea; base, marble; accent, sterling silver
PLEASE NOTE Due to the use of natural materials, each item is unique and may vary from image shown.
SKU 75413520
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Feb 08 - Feb 13
RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details. See our Return Policy for details.
Philmore USA transforms riches from sea and shore into tabletop treasures and enchanted decor. To ensure that these riches remain for future generations, Philmore uses primarily shells discarded from the food industry or cultured-pearl farms. Not only is the company in full compliance with regulations directed to sustain a healthy ecological world, but it is also active in helping to enforce these regulations.
Why we love this

This elegantly simple, almost stark piece allows the sculptural shape and lush color of the blue coral to shine. The accent rests on a black marble base and is finished with sterling-silver accents.

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