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French White Floating Wall Shelf

Aidan Gray

One of the reasons the medieval ch teaux and cathedrals of France stir the senses is the patina that covers so many of the surfaces. Our French White Floating wall shelf pays homage to the era, its intermingling of distressed white and French white finishes creating the illusion of the passage of time. Made of birch, the piece has been artfully carved by our artisans to bring an authentic aged feel to your interiors.
SKU D370
Color Distressed White
Cushion N/A
UPC Code 00842210101715
Color/Finish French White
Height 12 IN
Width 11.5 IN
Length 13 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.042
Box Weight 12.27 lbs
Shipping Box Width 13 IN
Shipping Box Height 13 IN
Shipping Box Depth 15IN

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