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Black Indigo

Garden Vine Creamer

$60.00
Est. Arrival: Feb 03 - Feb 06
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Color
Black
Black
Indigo
Indigo
Qty
CAPACITY 5.4 oz
CARE dishwasher safe
COLOR black
DIMENSIONS 3.1"L x 4.06"W x 4.1"H
MADE OF earthenware
SKU 77524823
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Feb 03 - Feb 06
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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.
England’s Burleigh pottery has been thoughtfully crafted by artisans for more than 160 years. This ethos of quality and heritage is shared by Ralph Lauren Home and shines through in their new collaborative collection of exceptional tableware.
Why we love this

A charming addition to any table, this creamer is crafted of earthenware with a sprawling vine design.

About the Brand
England’s Burleigh pottery has been thoughtfully crafted by artisans for more than 160 years. This ethos of quality and heritage is shared by Ralph Lauren Home and shines through in their new collaborative collection of exceptional tableware.
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