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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
    A staunch and brown caribou moves slowly through the birch forest. Newly fallen snow blankets the forest floor. This would be great in any rustic home.
  • 100% Cotton
  • Made in USA
  • Fully backed with a sewn rod pocket for ease of hanging. Rod and tassels not included
  • Jacquard woven, hand finished. Spot clean.
  • Note: Image above may be an artistic rendering. The actual product after weaving may have more subtle colors and details.
  • Wall tapestry is 34-inches W x 26-inches H

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PRODUCT DETAILS
  • Bellacor Number:
    328192
  • Dimensions:
    34"W x 26"H
  • Style:
    Rustic/Lodge
  • Weight:
    2.5 Lbs
  • UPC:
    666576103370
  • Brand SKU:
    4726-WH
  • Brand:
    Pure Country Weavers
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