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Where did you find the bronze fish sculpture ?

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Love the bar stools....any chance someone knows from whence they came?

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andigrace Under the photo of the island and the stools is the information you seek: "island stools: Noir;" It's called 'QS Baxter Counter Stool" made of walnut & metal. Yeah, I know - easy to miss when you are scanning photos. :)

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