Recycled Metal Plant Ant
Recycled Metal Plant Ant
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Recycled Metal Plant Ant

Hand-crafted from recycled metal, he carries your plant like he's carrying the tastiest crumb ever.
created by

Fred Conlon

$75.00

Fred Conlon created by

Fred Conlon

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Beautifully crafted recycled metal

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Recycled Metal Plant Ant

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