Canary-Yellow Oyster Plate
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Canary-Yellow Oyster Plate

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Est. Arrival: Jul 17 - Jul 27
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Why we love this

Inspired by a traditional porcelain oyster plate, this piece has lovely hand-painted detailing. It's great as a wall hanging as well as a serving piece.

Care: Hand-wash.
Color: yellow
Dimensions: 9.5"Dia
Made Of: ceramic
SKU: 76947343
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Jul 17 - Jul 27
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RETURNS: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Inspired by such disparate sources as the azure waters of the Caribbean, 11th-century glasswork, and batik textiles from Bali, Abigails’ creations bring a chic sense of artistry and craftsmanship to the scene.
Why we love this

Inspired by a traditional porcelain oyster plate, this piece has lovely hand-painted detailing. It's great as a wall hanging as well as a serving piece.

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Inspired by such disparate sources as the azure waters of the Caribbean, 11th-century glasswork, and batik textiles from Bali, Abigails’ creations bring a chic sense of artistry and craftsmanship to the scene.
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