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Modern Napkin Holders + Rings

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Modern Napkin Holders + Rings

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$71.95
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$71.95
Designed by: Peter Holmblad
$28.79
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$28.79
Designed by: Floz Design
$72.00
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$72.00
Designed by: CSA, Marta Sansoni
Made in: USA
$43.00 - $72.00
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Color (2) 2 Color Options
  • Mirror Polished
  • Red
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$43.00 - $72.00
Designed by: Emma Silvestris, LPWK
Made in: Italy
$42.99
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Finish (2) 2 Finish Options
  • Black
  • Nickel
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$42.99
Made in: India
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