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Personlized Products 17VB001 vanity base Supply to Jersey Detail:
|1||Type:||Hotel Furniture||8||Specific Use||bathroom furniture|
|2||General Use||Commercial Furniture||9||Appearance||Modern|
|3||Product Name||vanity base||10||Brand||Taisen|
|5||Product Dimension||58＂ｗ x 20 ＂Dｘ 33＂H||12||Wood Stain||Espresso/Black|
|7||Color||Any Color Available||14||Describe Package||Soft Foam+Carton|
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