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Product description

Color:Red Bronze

300 pieces of 11*17mm furniture decoration interior nail jewelry wooden box wine box sofa door tack nail door nail with storage box

feature:

Especially suitable for furniture.
Full of retro style, best for decorating your house.
Can be fixed on sofas, baskets, handicrafts, drums, jewelry boxes, wine cabinets, wooden doors
Before hammering, you need to use pliers to grasp the nails. They are very small. Hammering with bare hands may be dangerous and cause calf bending.
Easy to install!

Material: zinc alloy
Size: about 11 * 17mm (diameter * length)/0.43*0.67inch
Box size: 14.5cm * 8.5cm * 3.5cm / 5.71 * 3.35 * 1.38inch
Color: red copper, antique bronze

notes:
1. Due to manual measurement, please allow an error of 1-5mm.
2. The color difference display may be different, please understand.

packing list:
300pcs x interior decoration nails
1 x storage box
Please allow 2-3% error due to manual measurement and make sure you do not mind oefore ordering
The product photos are taken in kind, because the shooting is different from the light and the display, there may be color difference, the goods are subject to the actual kind

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