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Sardine - Tagus

SKU: 65018833
The Tagus Sardine has the best view of Lisbon. From the river she sees the people, the roofs and the Castle; she sees the bridge and the boats, and the departures and returns that make the city live. She is a lucky Sardine – and, as Amália used to say, She has water, she knows how to swim / I wish I were a sardine. Designer: Sofia Fischer
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Products specifications
Designer Sofia Fischer
Collection Sardine
Product type Bordallo Pinheiro
Type of Piece Fishes
Product type Earthenware
Height 35 mm
Width 35 mm
Weight without Package 0.06 kg
Use Restrictions For more information see here
Length 185 mm
Products specifications
Designer Sofia Fischer
Collection Sardine
Product type Bordallo Pinheiro
Type of Piece Fishes
Length 195 mm
Height 45 mm
Width 45 mm
Product type Earthenware
Height 35 mm
Width 35 mm
Weight without Package 0.06 kg
Use Restrictions For more information see here
Length 185 mm
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