Porcelain Dinosaur Planters
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Porcelain Dinosaur Planters

Don't tell these prehistoric pals how cute they are葉hey have a reputation to uphold.

$40.00

Fun planter for a dino fan

5

This was a great gift!

D.C. area

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Adorable and great quality

5

Such an adorable idea. Great quality planter

Memphis, TN

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Great gift for a guy

5

As it was a gift, can't say more about it than he loved it. I didn't see it - had it wrapped and shipped.

Wisconsin

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Even cuter than the picture

5

I love how sturdy this planter is, and it's the perfect size for a window or on a side table. I love that you could switch out small plants seasonally. It's even nicer than I expected based on the picture online.

Chicago, IL

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Dinosaurs, fighting.

5

My father loved these planters. He bought himself the T. rex so I bought him the triceratops and now he has a little dinosaur scene in his office.

Connecticut

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