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Add accent light and charm to your outdoor décor with this statue. The little girl holding the umbrella makes great patio décor, front porch décor or a cute garden decoration! The little girl's dress is detailed to look like it's swaying in the wind. Perfect as a garden figure, it would also make a great front door statue or backyard statue. The decorative statue adds accent lighting wherever it's placed. It features 8 white LED lights, which are positioned at the outer ends of the umbrella's spokes. Requires 1 "AAA" battery. On/off button. 6-3/4"W x 5-1/2"D x 12"H. Made of stone.

Stone Little Girl Garden Statue with Solar Lighted Umbrella

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