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Sardine - Cervantina

SKU: 65021546
Tribute to the novelist, poet and dramatist Miguel de Cervantes y Sardina (1547- 1616), the greatest writer of the Spanish language, author of Dom Quixote.
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Products specifications
Designer Javier Carbajo e Sara Rojo
Collection Sardine
Height 35 mm
Width 35 mm
Weight without Package 0.06 kg
Product type Earthenware
Type of Piece Fishes
Use Restrictions For more information see here
Length 185 mm
Products specifications
Designer Javier Carbajo e Sara Rojo
Collection Sardine
Height 35 mm
Width 35 mm
Weight without Package 0.06 kg
Length 185 mm
Height 35 mm
Width 35 mm
Product type Earthenware
Type of Piece Fishes
Use Restrictions For more information see here
Length 185 mm
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