The simple wine rack can store or start any wine collection â it can also be a beautiful gift for special occasions.
Product size: 9.5*11*22cm, product material: wrought iron
The exquisite wine rack is not only suitable for home, kitchen, kitchen, cabinet, dining room, basement, countertop, bar or wine cellar, but also as a beautiful personality decoration.
If you have any questions about this wine rack, please contact us and we will provide you with a satisfactory answer.
Product Name: Wine rack Product size: 9.5*11*22cm Product material: wrought iron prompt: 1. Please check the size before purchase. Due to manual measurement, there will be an error of 0-3cm. Please understand 2. Items other than products are not included in the product photo 3. Please note that due to the different monitors, slight chromatic aberration may occur, please understand. 4. The above data is for reference only, the size is manual measurement, each variable may be different, please refer to the actual product, thank you. 5. If you find any problems with our products, please feel free to contact us by email and we will resolve the problem as soon as possible. 6. Welcome your sharing and feedback so that we can provide you with better products and services. 7. Thank you for visiting my store, click to enter my store, there will be a lot of products for your reference, logistics, generally we will ship within 1-3 days, the estimated arrival time is 9-15 days. Any questions, welcome to email us, your questions and questions can be answered within 24 hours.
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