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water carafe

water carafe lies down instead of standing upright. The user has to pay delicate attention to the sound and the weight of the object to know when he should stop filling it. Because of the wide spout the flow of water from the carafe resembles a waterfall.
 

25 x 10 x h 10 cm

aldo bakker
porcelain
carafe
delivery time: 1 weeks
154.00amount
127.27 for customers outside the EU during checkout

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