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S/4 Charlotte Street Tidbit Plates, Blue/White

$50.00
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CARE dishwasher safe, microwave safe
COLOR blue/white
DIMENSIONS 6"Dia each
MADE IN Indonesia
MADE OF porcelain
SET OF 4
SKU 42910787
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Feb 28 - Mar 05
RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details. See our Return Policy for details.
Founded in 1993, kate spade new york is a global lifestyle brand, with more than 140 retail shops and outlet stores across the United States and more than 175 shops internationally. Starting with handbags and personal accessories, and now producing everything from furniture and rugs to lighting and textiles, its spirited approach to the everyday, commitment to curiosity, and passion for inspiring colorful living remain the company's hallmarks.
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From kate spade new york: Perfect for special occasions or everyday use, this set of four plates is crafted of porcelain with a classic blue-and-white striped motif.

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