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Product description

Color:Black

Perfect for indoor-outdoor bars, celebrations, BBQ, cookouts and all parties or events.
Product name: diamond-shaped concave-convex pattern ice bucket
Product material: wrought iron
Product color: 1 color, please refer to the product picture for understanding
Applicable scenarios: family, restaurant, banquet, bar, party, wedding banquet, buffet, any table, etc.
1. Due to the different lighting and shooting angles, there may be slight chromatic aberration, please understand.
2. Please confirm the color before purchasing.
3. Product photos do not include products other than products.
4. Manually measure the size, there may be some small errors, please refer to the actual product, thank you.
5. Do not use hard cleaning tools to clean the product, so as not to scratch the surface of the product.
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