Unicorn Pool Float Bowl

by Red Candy
£19
+£3.95 standard delivery
  • In stock. Usually delivered within 1 - 3 days
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Product description

Serve your snacks and other tasty treats in the most unique way possible with this stunning Unicorn Pool Float Bowl. Designed to look like a unicorn, this bowl is crafted from glossy white ceramic. The curved head is decorated with cute rainbow mane and of course, the iconic single horn to characterise the animal.

The body is shaped like a bowl. You can use this for serving quick fruits, nuts and other tasty treats. You can also use this for holding sugar cubes or crisps. If you don't like the idea of using them for food, these can also be used as storage for car keys or house keys and even space change! Just place them right on your bedside or by your hallway so it's easier to get to.

You'll find this bowl in other animal designs as well, including swans and flamingos.

Features:
Materials Used: Ceramic
Charming design
Great statement piece
Comes with a unique function
Can be used for treats

Dimensions:
Overall Size: 14 cm x 20.5 cm x 19.5 cm

Product code:8391
Colours:black
Materials:porcelain/ceramic
GTIN:8436564292247

Delivery and returns

This item is sold and dispatched directly by Red Candy.

DestinationDelivery cost
Mainland UK - standard delivery £3.95
Mainland UK - next working day delivery (order before 12pm) £6.95

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Red Candy is dedicated to the celebration of red home furnishings and modern interior accessories. More about Red Candy...

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