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triangle chocolate mold for sale on ebay

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I put a polycarbonate triange mold for sale on ebay. the item is 220046505672. This mold is lightly used and has 42 molds per tray. I believe it is made by Cacao Berry. 100% of this sale will be donated to Egullet, so happy bidding. ebay listing


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I put a polycarbonate triange mold for sale on ebay. the item is 220046505672. This mold is lightly used and has 42 molds per tray. I believe it is made by Cacao Berry. 100% of this sale will be donated to Egullet, so happy bidding. ebay listing

Seems to be gone already. Was it 'buy it now'?

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I put a polycarbonate triange mold for sale on ebay. the item is 220046505672. This mold is lightly used and has 42 molds per tray. I believe it is made by Cacao Berry. 100% of this sale will be donated to Egullet, so happy bidding. ebay listing

Seems to be gone already. Was it 'buy it now'?

hi kerry,

sorry about that. I didn't have it start until 12 pacific, but it's up and running and ready for bids.

happy bidding

luis


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