Stoneware Ramekin, Pewter
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Stoneware Ramekin, Pewter

Now: $14.00 Was: $18.00
Est. Arrival: May 13 - May 27
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Simply elegant, this sturdy ramekin shines bright in pewter-glazed stoneware.

Color: pewter
Dimensions: 4"Dia x 2.5"H; 10 oz
Made Of: stoneware
SKU: 77298988
Estimated Arrival: May 13 - May 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.
Juliska was founded in 2001 with a collection of 40 historic Bohemian glasses. Since then their vision and company has blossomed into one of the leading home brands in America. Juliska is not about trends--it’s about loving life and living well. Juliska today is made up of a group of individuals committed to providing beautiful things for the home and is inspired by passionate artisans, the gathering of family and loved ones over food, and centuries of European design.
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