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Product description

Color:C

Specification:

Name: Tulip Crystal Drink Cup

Material: crystal

Size: as pictures shows

Capacity: 320ml

Process: manual blowing/printing

Color: Multicolor

The package includes:

Glass*1

Notes:

The product is manually measured, and there may be slight deviations.

Small bubbles may exist in glass products, which is normal.

Due to the display, light source and other elements, there may be a little chromatic aberration.

Glass Goblets Vintage Drinking Cup,Tall Glass with Daisy Tulip F

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