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Costway Pre-lit Vintage Tabletop Ceramic Tree and Truck Battery Powered Christmas Decor

Item# SPM15712810624 | Model# CM22643 | Added on October 9, 2020 |
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Costway Pre-lit Vintage Tabletop Ceramic Tree and Truck Battery Powered Christmas Decor
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Our pre-lit tabletop red truck with Christmas tree is the perfect addition to your holiday decoration! Made of heat-resistant ceramic material with hand-painted surface, this tabletop decor is durable and smooth for easy maintenance. It is equipped with bright LED headlights, 35 colorful decorative beads and a 5-pointed star to brighten up your holiday, cheering up a wonderful atmosphere. There's a Santa driver in the vintage red truck, which has a magical power to remind us of the classic Christmas decoration. With compact mini size, you can place it on tabletops, mantels, counters, etc. This nostalgic and exquisite ceramic holiday decor is an ideal gift for anyone to enjoy warm festive. May the season bring much pleasure to you!

Features:
35 decorative beads and a 5-pointed star topper to help spread shining light
Bright LED headlights to brighten up your living space
Ceramic material with good wear resistance for long time use
Hand-painted surface with a smooth gloss for easy cleaning
Vintage red truck with Santa in the driver's seat
Compact mini size for any countertop, table, nightstand or mantel
Ideal for decorating homes, offices, schools and so on
Battery-powered, cordless design for more convenience
Bring back memories of classic Christmas decor from the past

Specifications?
Color: Red/Green
Material: Ceramic
Overall Dimensions: 11" x 5.5" x 10.5" (L x W x H)
Number of Decorative Beads: 35
Battery: 3 x AA (not included)
Net Weight: 3.5 lbs
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