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SKkyer Rectangle Printed Tablecloth - red Washable Table Cover,

$60

SKkyer Rectangle Printed Tablecloth - red Washable Table Cover,

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Product description

Size Name:140*200cm  |  Colour Name:A

Product Name: Tablecloth

Material: linen and cotton blended

Process: Imported HD environmental protection printing and dyeing

Washing method: Hand wash machine wash

Package Included:

1 piece * tablecloth

Note:

1. The color of the item may be slightly different from the picture due to the difference in light and screen.

2. Due to manual measurement, please allow a difference of 1-2 cm.

3. Price for tablecloth only, other decorations are not included.

SKkyer Rectangle Printed Tablecloth - red Washable Table Cover,

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