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QWZ Kerosene Oil Lantern Kerosene Lamp Old-Fashioned Retro Porta

$51

QWZ Kerosene Oil Lantern Kerosene Lamp Old-Fashioned Retro Porta

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Product description

Color:Silver

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Commodity name: retro kerosene lamp
Material: glass + horse iron
Specifications: 19cm/24.5cm/28cm
Time: It can be used for about 5-7 days after adding 7 points
Fuel: kerosene, diesel, ghee and other safe fuels (do not use gasoline)

QWZ Kerosene Oil Lantern Kerosene Lamp Old-Fashioned Retro Porta

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