A beautiful french style christmas wrought iron grill fence in black, perfect for dollhouse miniature christmas home decoration use. Handmade lovingly by me. In 1/12 dollhouse miniature scale.
This purchase is ONLY for the christmas rusty french style wrought iron grill fence.
Please note that the actual product that you will receive is the christmas french style wrought iron grill fence shown in Photo 2 and 3.
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Reviews from customer
EXQUISITELY ROMANTIC. The dainty yet sturdy lines boldly kissing the sweet curves that anchor all the pieces together; all merging GORGEOUSLY to yield the most beautifully fancy design. Its delightful antique color beautifully depicts its longevity through years of sunshine and storms, chivalrously guarding a charming little garden straight out of a fairytale. I never knew a fence can stir emotions of romance. Yes, I love a fence. I FELL in love with a fence! ;) Arrived nestled safely between two pieces of pretty cardboard, it slipped onto my hands and elevated my heartbeat to a whole new level of DELIGHT. It was perfect in EVERY way possible. ADORE THIS SWEET FENCE TO PIECES! A million thank you's to my one and only Pei!! <333
Please note that ALL other accessories are NOT included in the purchase.
Inspiration comes from antique farm house flea markets, where old pieces of architectural wrought iron grills are refurbished and sold as home decor pieces.
Simply place a nice piece of antique French wrought iron grill fence in your garden, living room or patio to add a stunning architectural touch to your dollhouse home.
French wrought iron grill fence measures approximately 9.5cm tall and 4.5cm wide.
This item will be shipped via registered mail in a box.
This item is only suitable for dollhouse miniature collectors and is not intended for young children.
This is a handmade item, please understand that there may be some slight difference in each piece, but I make sure that all pieces are beautiful!
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