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Product Description

Special Personality Decorative Cast Iron Hollow Out House Numbers -4.6 Inches High

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This innovative house numbers provide easy ways to identify your home in a classy way and be sure to make them stand out!

  • Made of quality metal cast iron for long lasting
  • Every number or letter is packaged with 1 pieces matching screws for easy installation
  • Screws matching convenience fit for install in wood, mailbox, walls, fences, bricks and so on in a matter of mintues
  • Features as anti-corrosion, vintage style
  • Perfect for making garden/house/address number, mail box number
  • Anti-corrosion, vintage style, unique hollowed design (please kindly note that this numbers only has one screws hole)
  • Size: 4.6 inches high, 3.4 inch wide (except the number is 2.75inch);0.22inch thick
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Creating a Unique amp; Standing Out Aesthetic Feeling of your Home/Garden/ Mailbox

  • Good partner to both your indoor or outdoor decoration
  • Metal cast iron made lasts in all weather conditions
  • Offer a special and elegant appearance
  • Creat any individual patterns or address that you want in breeze
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Perfect Size House Numbers

  • 4.6 inches high, 3.4 inch wide (except the number is 2.75inch);0.22inch thick can be easily seen from distance
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