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Baby Girl Picture Frame & Carriage Gift

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Chocolate Carriage on a Picture Frame.

Certified Kosher Pareve under the strict supervision Parve by OK laboratories. Certified Kosher under the strict supervision of Rabbi Asher Eckstein. Certified Parve - Dairy Free
Mazel Tov! It's a girl! And what better way to celebrate than with a truffle-filled pink chocolate carriage perched on a picture frame that would make any baby smile. Surrounded by even more chocolate truffles, this is one gift that will add shine to any celebration.
Certified Kosher Pareve under the strict supervision Parve by OK laboratories. Certified Kosher Pareve under the strict supervision Parve by OK laboratories.
Certified Kosher under the strict supervision of Rabbi Asher Eckstein. Certified Kosher under the strict supervision of Rabbi Asher Eckstein.
Certified Parve - Dairy Free Certified Parve - Dairy Free
  Rated 4 out of 5 stars
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Nice!
by Mom from Lakewood on 10/15/2013
I never actually saw this in person. I sent it as a gift and it was well received. Only complaint would be that they delivered it a day early - not sure why but it didn't affect the gift and they used it as a centerpiece at the kiddush.