" Adhesive Cut Flower Fluted Vase Holder
Adhesive Cut Flower Fluted Vase Holder

Adhesive Cut Flower Fluted Vase Holder - This vase holder is designed for a standard grave marker. It accommodates a standard flower vase. Installs easily to any side of the marker. Vase included.

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