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Simple and Natural Design: Naturalism is . The primary colors and natural textures of the Wooden Wagon Wheel can always reveal a hint of happiness in harmony.
High-quality Material: Made of natural wooden material, the Wooden Wagon Wheel is durable and has long service life, which can used to be a long term decor.
Multiple Uses:This is a retro wheel suitable for background wall decor in Japanese-style grocery bars, hotels, weddings, gardens, restaurants, etc. It is a wooden craft made of natural wooden material, which is durable and long-lasting. Put it in your home, it can improve the indoor environment and make the air fresh and healthy. Wooden Wagon Wheel is not only an ideal decor, but also an exquisite prop.
Eco-friendly: The concept is to pay attention to quality and ecology protection. Natural logs are a kind of self-feeling, which is a fresh and elegant picture. And the scene seems to take us into nature and enjoy the refreshing air.
Elegant and Decent: The Wooden Wagon Wheel is very suitable for bar, hotel, wedding and garden decor, adding an elegant and natural atmosphere to your area.
Specification: Name: Retro Wheels Material: Fir Process: High temperature carbonization Size: About 30cm/11.81in in diameter, 2.4cm/0.94in thick Weight: About 360g Packing Method: OPP bag packing Color: As shown
Packing List: Retro Wheels*1
Notes: Because it is natural wooden decor, semi-manual and semi-mechanical processing, it is inevitable that there will be some defects such as wood scars and wood marks during production. Small seams, or some small gaps, etc., sometimes the same product will have uneven color and a little error in size, which are normal and will not affect the appearance and normal use. These are not quality issues, but enhance the rural style personality. There will be an error of about 2-5cm when measuring the size manually. Please be careful when you are pursuing high-quality products.
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