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Kivu Half Round Rose Arch by Home & Haus


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  • Overall Product Weight: 7.5kg

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This beautiful rose arch can be fixed to the wall. This product is lovingly decorated with details and is perfectly suited as a trellis for ivy and other climbing plants. It was handcrafted from iron and is therefore very stable. A coating makes this rose arch high quality and extremely durable. This is very important as this means that the arch will not collapse under the weight of plants even when they are in full bloom. A total of six prefabricated holes allow you to easily fix the rose arch to walls and floors.

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  • Product Design: Arched
  • Material: Iron
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  • Overall Product Weight: 7.5 kg


Product Design: Arched Material: Iron
Powder Coated Finish: Yes  

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Offering an extensive and versatile range of products at reasonable prices, Home & Haus aims to contribute welcoming, comfortable goods of all shapes, sizes and colours.

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