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Barlow 23 1/4" Wide Decorative Glass Bowl with Bronze BaseBarlow 23 1/4" Wide Decorative Glass Bowl with Bronze Base

Barlow 23 1/4" Wide Decorative Glass Bowl with Bronze Base

This decorative glass bowl and textured bronze base invoke an old-world Mediterranean feel.

Provide any home with a classically chic vibe using this decorative bowl. The bowl rests on a metal base that features a deep bronze finish and a Greek key design on the edges, providing a rich and worldly aesthetic. Use this piece to display decorative items or serve your guests an appetizing snack.

  • 23 1/4" wide x 14 1/4" high x 8 1/4" deep. Weighs 6.8 lbs.
  • Traditional accent bowl design from the Kensington Hill brand.
  • Use to display decorative objects or just use on its own. Balls as pictured in bowl are not included.
  • Food safe glass bowl can also be used to present fruit, bread, or other foods.
  • Tempered clear glass bowl. Hammered iron construction base.

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