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It is a good helper for restaurants, restaurants and families. It is suitable for any kitchen decoration. It is for dipping sauce, salsa ice cream, ice cream, desserts, condiments, seasonings, sauces, appetizers, sweets, olives and Italian toast. Perfect and cool choice. It is a convenient and convenient tableware for contemporary fashion, and also suitable for festivals for relatives, friends and family gift!Safe Material: After high temperature firing, the quality is very good, no harmful substances, high-grade ceramic rice bowl.
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