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Sardine - … And, OLÉ!

SKU: 65021547
The sardine from Seville tastes like hazelnuts; the sardine from Andalusia tastes like hake; Galician sardine is not to eat, even in Norway; the Catalan sardine wants to dance the sardana; the sardine from Extremadura tastes like wood; the sardine from Madrid is worse than Extremadura… Therefore, Spanish sardines, when they arrived in Lisbon, wish to change nationality. And, “Olé”! Designer: Kap (Jaume Capdevila)
$49.00
Products specifications
Designer Kap (Jaume Capdevila)
Entrega em 10 dias yes
Collection Sardine
Product type Bordallo Pinheiro
Type of Piece Fishes
Product type Earthenware
Height 35 mm
Width 35 mm
Length 185 mm
Weight without Package 0.06 kg
Use Restrictions Decorative exclusive use
Products specifications
Designer Kap (Jaume Capdevila)
Entrega em 10 dias yes
Collection Sardine
Product type Bordallo Pinheiro
Type of Piece Fishes
Length 185 mm
Height 35 mm
Width 35 mm
Product type Earthenware
Height 35 mm
Width 35 mm
Length 185 mm
Weight without Package 0.06 kg
Use Restrictions Decorative exclusive use
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