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    Set of colourful glass fridge magnets

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    Ships from Nottingham, United Kingdom

    $ $18.00 + free shipping

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    Dimensions:

    Each nugget is approximately 20mm wide.

    Material:

    Colourful glass nuggets attached to strongly magnetic disks.

    These stones vary in shape and size but the set you receive will be very similar to those pictured. Each set includes 6 stones, one of each colour.

    Country of origin:

    United Kingdom.

    Description:

    Gorgeously bright and colourful glass fridge magnets - perfect mini gift to brighten up an office friend's noticeboard or your parents' or grandparents' fridge.

    These make a really great gift for Mum - I happen to know this after I gave my Mum a set and have since received many hints that she would like more and more, no matter how many I give her - she just loves colourful glass.

    These big colourful spots look great holding things to a fridge or noticeboard (we use them everywhere). They are made with solid glass stones in bright colours of red, blue, orange, yellow and green. The iridescent finish on the stones catches the light beautifully so they really stand out. They are a great way to add a splash of colour to the boring white fridge without resorting to the typical letter magnet. They are the perfect mini gift for someone that loves bright colours.

    Delivery:

    Ships from Nottingham, United Kingdom.

    This item will be dispatched within 7 business days. Shipping options available at checkout include:

    Shipping Method Delivery* Price
    FREE standard shipping 7–14 days FREE

    * From dispatch

    ** Delivery times may vary for regional areas.

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    Ships from Nottingham, United Kingdom.

    This item will be dispatched within 7 business days. Shipping options available at checkout include:

    Shipping Method Delivery* Price
    FREE standard shipping 7–14 days FREE

    * From dispatch

    ** Delivery times may vary for regional areas.