IVI Irvin's Tinware K16 11 Primitive Tray P10015610IVI-K16-11 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/IVI/IVI-K16-11.jpg Irvin's Tinware K16 11 Primitive Tray Manufacturer Part Number: K16-11An updated version of an old favorite, the Primitive Tray has a willow punch design and is a generously sized square bowl shape to fill with your favorite potpourri, rosehips or shells.Measures 4.5-Inches high and 11-Inches squareSmokey black finishDecorative only; Not an actual working moldLooks great filled with flowers hanging on the wallHas a small metal loop for hanging 10015610 813007027075 0.78lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Model: IVI-K16-11
List Price: $14.45
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Manufacturer Part Number: K16-11

An updated version of an old favorite, the Primitive Tray has a willow punch design and is a generously sized square bowl shape to fill with your favorite potpourri, rosehips or shells.
  • Measures 4.5-Inches high and 11-Inches square
  • Smokey black finish
  • Decorative only; Not an actual working mold
  • Looks great filled with flowers hanging on the wall
  • Has a small metal loop for hanging

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