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Swag Finial

Aidan Gray

 
Consider our Swag finial a trophy to award your unerring eye for beauty. The design includes elements that have long been associated with grandeur: the fabric swag ornamenting it and the symbolic flame billowing from its top are two. We've made the statuesque decorative accent from metal that we've treated to a weathered zinc finish to amplify the time-honored character of the piece.
SKU D360
Color Weathered Zinc
Color/Finish Rustic Zinc
Height 40.5 IN
Width 7.75 IN
Depth 8.75 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.121901639
Box Weight 10 lbs
Shipping Box Width 13 IN
Shipping Box Height 44 IN
Shipping Box Depth 13IN
Material 1 Metal

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