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24-piece 4" Mini Bar Spoons Set - Great for Party Snacks, Appeti

$4

24-piece 4" Mini Bar Spoons Set - Great for Party Snacks, Appeti

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Product description

Size:1 Pack

Perfect for small tastes, this 24-piece Mini Bar Spoons Set features small plastic spoons in silver for a real metal look. They are great for small desserts or stirring cocktails, coffee and sauces. Stick them into mini desserts or leave them out for guests to use to grab appetizers and sauces. They are ideal for birthday parties, weddings, holiday parties, dinner parties, summer barbecues and more. Each spoon measures approximately 4" long.

24-piece 4" Mini Bar Spoons Set - Great for Party Snacks, Appeti

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