Released from the songs of the Rothschild birds, the garden turns in on itself and becomes a place of quiet reflection and beauty. Even the insects have briefly moved on and only softly falling leaves provide the occasional stirring. This delicate pattern adorns this must-have piece, delivering an elegant look to your table.
- Glazed finish
- Gold banded
Material & Care
- Dishwasher safe or hand wash for best results
This item is part of the collection: Rothschild Garden Dinnerware
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