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  • Linea White Poinsettia arrangement
    houseoffraser.co.uk
    Beautiful white poinsettia arrangement for your home this Christmas! Artifical Flowers.
  • Beauty Azalea Blossom Faux Plant in a Decorative Vase
    lampsplus.com
    A patterned vase planter accents the beautiful azalea blossoms of this all-occasion faux floral plant. Faux spring flower arrangement. Beauty color azalea flowers. Bright green leaves. Beautiful patterned vase is included. Polyester, plastic, iron wire, wood, and faux leather construction. No watering or maintenance needed. 21" wide, 21" deep, 20" high. Container is 8" wide, 9" high.
  • Pink African Lily Faux Flowering Plant in a White Urn
    lampsplus.com
    Tall pink African lily blooms rise from a cascade of green leaves in this delightful potted flowering plant. Tall, potted flowering plant. Pink African lily blooms. Cascading green leaves and faux moss. Includes a decorative white ceramic urn. Polyester, iron wire and ceramic construction. No watering or maintenance needed. 19" wide, 19" deep, 34" high. Round container is 8" wide, 10 1/2" high.
  • Purple Delphinium Faux Floral Bouquet in a Glass Vase
    lampsplus.com
    Springtime purple blossoms burst forth from this whimsical faux floral arrangement featuring delphinium and greenery in a tall clear glass vase. Whimsical spring flower arrangement. Purple delphinium blossoms. Green leaves and abundant stems. Decorative clear glass vase is included. Liquid Illusion artificial water included. Polyester, resin, wire and glass construction. No watering or maintenance needed. 24" wide, 24" deep, 38" high. Container is 4" wide, 18" high.
  • LSA Flower Table Arrangement Vase
    oliverbonas.com
    Specially designed for table arrangements, the classic shape of this handmade, gift-boxed vase draws stems together making flower-arranging a simple task. Beautifully presented in high quality giftboxing. Each LSA vase is individually mouthblown and hand-finished by skilled artisans. The techniques used to make glass by hand have not essentially changed for 2000 years.