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Looking for an awesome table decoration for Christmas? We produced these great Christmas trees in stainless steel for your centerpiece. They are made of stainless steel and sanded, so that you can use them immediately. For a more personal look, you can even paint them (and send us pictures of the final result so we can see how great it is!).
A family meal in sight? Restaurant tables to decorate for Christmas? Here is a simple, practical and resistant decoration to even the most eventful dinners: the Christmas tree made of metal.
You have the choice between 3 stainless steel Christmas trees models to create your custom decor: “Christmas balls", "Garlands" or a 3rd version that combined the two different faces. Since these table trees are already decorated, you just have to put them on the table!
A simple and quick Christmas ornament to impress your guests around a slap-up.
Once the order is placed, we send you these little fir trees well packaged between two layers of thick cardboard. You will just have to fit them and put them on your table on D-Day to create a nice atmosphere. Simple and fast!
At the end of Christmas, you can easily slip them flat in a box until the next Winter. A convenient and economical decoration! Do not hesitate and live an unforgettable Christmas with these stainless steel table ornaments.
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