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S/6 Roosters Dessert Plates, White/Blue
$110.00
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CARE dishwasher safe and microwave safe
COLOR white/blue
DIMENSIONS 6.75"Dia x 3"H each
MADE IN USA
MADE OF high-fired lead-free porcelain
SET OF 6
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 09 - Jul 12
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Inspired by the world's most cosmopolitan cities as well as the picturesque New England landscapes that surround its studios, Caskata crafts tableware, gifts, and paper goods designed for use every day and for years to come. Its designs fuse contemporary and vintage to achieve a timeless elegance for any occasion. Each of the company’s products is proudly made in the USA.
Why we love this

Ideal for bringing refined country charm to the table, these plates are each crafted of high-fired, lead-free porcelain with a unique rooster design in blue. Made in the USA.

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