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Sardine - Loving Maria

SKU: 65025595
Maria Amor represents Portuguese women throughout history: The wives of the fishermen who wait for their men the whole night long, the women waiting for their soldiers, the mothers, and saudade, who only those who love can feel. Designer: Marta Tex
$55.00
Products specifications
Designer Marta Tex
Collection Sardine
Product type Bordallo Pinheiro
Type of Piece Fishes
Product type Earthenware
Height 25 mm
Width 40 mm
Length 185 mm
Weight without Package 0.06 kg
Use Restrictions Decorative exclusive use
Products specifications
Designer Marta Tex
Collection Sardine
Product type Bordallo Pinheiro
Type of Piece Fishes
Length 195 mm
Height 45 mm
Width 45 mm
Product type Earthenware
Height 25 mm
Width 40 mm
Length 185 mm
Weight without Package 0.06 kg
Use Restrictions Decorative exclusive use
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