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JUSTIME 6922 THE CHARM IS IN THE DETAIL
'6922-10-80CP Towel Bar (600 mm)
 
 
JUSTIME | 6922 THE CHARM IS IN THE DETAIL
6922-10-80CP Towel Bar (600 mm)
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The 6922 Series, made with high quality brass, is one of JUSTIME’s proud masterpieces. Collocating oval faceplate and the cylindrical supports, 6922 Series creates a charming and elegant bathing space for you.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Taiwan
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
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