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    Wide Quilted Floral Copper Strip: 1-ft length CFW001

    $11.00
    13/16" Wide 16-gauge Sold in 1-ft. lengths. This is one of the many floral patterns in the collection. This floral design dates back to the early 1920s during the arts and Crafts movement which frequently used floral patterns in more simplistic orientations.
    SKU: CFW001
     

    13/16" Wide
    16-gauge
    Sold in 1-ft. lengths.

    This is one of the many floral patterns in the collection. This floral design dates back to the early 1920s during the arts and Crafts movement which frequently used floral patterns in more simplistic orientations.

     

     
     

    13/16" Wide
    16-gauge
    Sold in 1-ft. lengths.

    This is one of the many floral patterns in the collection. This floral design dates back to the early 1920s during the arts and Crafts movement which frequently used floral patterns in more simplistic orientations.

     

     
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