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Size:Frog Medium (11.5 x 9.5)  |  Color:Turquoise Multi

Enchanted Talavera's wide selection of charming ceramic creatures will add whimsical color to any home or garden space! Available in multiple sizes, our geckos, frogs and butterflies look fantastic standalone or hung in a creature cluster for a bright and colorful look. Made to hang indoors or out, these creatures all come with premade holes on their undersides, making it simple to add these vibrant pieces of wall art to any area around the house! Handmade in Mexico by Talavera artisans, each piece is painstakingly painted with love. Made of high quality, substantial weight ceramic to prevent the bowl from tipping. High quality LEAD-FREE ceramic makes it safe for your family!

Enchanted Talavera Pottery Hand Painted Ceramic Garden Creatures

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