Skull of rich and living corpses - Pillowcase 17,3'' x 17,3'' (45 x 45 cm)
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Pillowcase 17,3'' x 17,3'' (45 x 45 cm)

Skull of rich and living corpses

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Sofa pillowcase 17,3'' x 17,3'' (45 x 45 cm)

Custom pillows turn ordinary couches into cosy slouches. A combo of firm twill fabrics and a personalised touch make this soft pillow ideally suited for cuddling and pillow fights.
  • Fits over pillows sized 17,3'' x 17,3'' (45 x 45 cm)
  • Closure: Zip fastener
  • Rugged and smooth twill 195 g/m²
  • Material: 100% cotton
Please note: Wash cover inside out

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Sofa pillowcase 17,3'' x 17,3'' (45 x 45 cm)
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Skull of rich and living corpses
Skull of rich and living corpses
The skull is presented in contrast to vivid colors
Tags: wealthy, Czech, corpses
116213809
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Poland
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