Pirates Cove Decorations
Pirates Cove Arch
Pirates Cove Ship Silhouette
Gossamer Palm Tree Brown/green
This is a great Halloween Kit for your next fundraiser!
Our Pirates Cove Decorations will transform any party venue into a time when pirates ruled the high seas. These exclusive Pirates Cove Decorations will set the mood for swashbuckling and flamboyant adventures.Pirates Cove Arch: This amazing arch is 9 feet 5 inches high x 7 feet 4 inch wide high cardboard arch features a skull and crossbones with your own custom text. Assembly required. KSAPIR
Pirates Cove Ship Silhouette: Freestanding cardboard ship is 9 feet 7 inches high x 10 feet wide and includes our Pirate at Sea Sound Chip which makes the sound of a pirate. Easy assembly. KSBSHI
Treasure Chest: Cardboard Chest is 27 inches wide X 19 inches high X 18 inches deep. Easy Assembly. KSTRC
Palm Tree: Freestanding trees come in clusters of three on sturdy bases and measure 7 feet 6 inches high x 4 feet wide. Assembly required. TRGOP
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Q:do you have the latches and pulls for vintage japanese made gothic jewelry boxes with skulls or lion heads?Asked on 3/16/2013 by Tammy from watonga oklahoma
A:No, I'm sorry but we do not carry those items.Answered on 3/19/2013 by csr
Q:WHAT ARE THE INSIDE MEASUREMENTS OF THE ARCH?
. inside column to inside column
. floor to bottom of skull and crossbonesAsked on 1/31/2013 by Bob from San Antonio, Florida
A:The inside dimensions would be approximately 6 feet high and approximately 3.5 feet wide.Answered on 1/31/2013 by Anonymous