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S/6 Golf Ball and Tee Place Card Holders

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S/6 Golf Ball and Tee Place Card Holders
S/6 Golf Ball and Tee Place Card Holders
S/6 Golf Ball and Tee Place Card Holders

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Product Information

Set of 6
Made of:

silver plate

Size:

2"H

Color:

silver

Why We Love This

Use these charming place card holders at your next soiree, and help your guests find their seats.

Why We Love This

Use these charming place card holders at your next soiree, and help your guests find their seats.

About the Brand

In 2001, antiques enthusiast Howard White purchased the veritable Corbell Company, known for its 8,000 silver-plate, silver, and English sterling reproductions and antiques, which he turned into his own Corbell Silver Company. Today White combs through the best resources in Britain and the United States, hand-selecting perhaps one out of every hundred items he sees as worthy of his company’s imprimatur.