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Berry & Thread Crackle "Fish" Plate

$32.00
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CARE dishwasher safe, microwave safe, freezer safe, and oven safe
COLOR Delft blue
DIMENSIONS 10.5"L x 9"W
MADE OF stoneware
SKU 77234007
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 06 - Jun 11
RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Juliska brings an innovative, modern interpretation to six centuries of European design. Whether it's made of mouth-blown glass, crisp cotton, or lustrous (yet microwave-safe, oven-safe, and dishwasher-safe
Why we love this

Perfect for serving your favorite seafood fare, this dish is crafted of stoneware to resemble a flounder. A blue finish and impressive textural details complete the piece.

About the Brand
Juliska brings an innovative, modern interpretation to six centuries of European design. Whether it's made of mouth-blown glass, crisp cotton, or lustrous (yet microwave-safe, oven-safe, and dishwasher-safe!) stoneware, every item is imbued with a fresh, joyous attitude.
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