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Ghent Urn

Aidan Gray

 
This urn shape is emblematic of craftsmanship throughout history, their turned-wood pieces created from a painstaking process that took ages to perfect. Our petite Ghent Urn is a decorative accessory made of cast resin that is treated to a burnt oak finish to resemble a naturally aged piece with an imperfect surface. The Ghent Urn is one of those accessories that will bring charm to virtually any spot in a room.
SKU D188
UPC Code 00842210102101
Color/Finish Burnt Oak
Color Natural
Height 6.5 IN
Width 3.5 IN
Depth 3.5 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.016
Box Weight 5 lbs
Shipping Box Width 6 IN
Shipping Box Height 19 IN
Shipping Box Depth 9
Ups Oversize N
C3 Related Technique The Value of Handmade, Care
Material 1 Cast Resin

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