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Novelty Wheelbarrow Planter by House Additions


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  • 10+ in Stock
  • Overall: 62.23cm H x 68.58cm W x 26.67cm D

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This is a very attractive ornamental double plant holder in the form of a tricycle with a cut out metal shape of a boy holding onto the handlebar. The item comes packaged in 2 pieces ready for easy assembly. The entire item is made from metal which has a smooth.


  • The frame and wheels feature a scroll design and the bed of the tricycle is latticed.

Product Details

  • Material: Metal
  • Outdoor: Yes
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  • Overall: 62.23cm H x 68.58cm W x 26.67cm D
  • Overall Product Weight: 4.5 kg


Material: Metal Outdoor: Yes
Product Type: Wheelbarrow Style: Modern
Shape: Novelty  

About the Manufacturer

House Additions is a strong advocate of less is more and presenting accent products which capture the latest trends, keeping your house up to date with pieces at great prices to suit every budget.

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