7601194ABGNB01518000

7.5-in. Salad Plate

UPC: 5992632404446

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7.5-in. Salad Plate
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The perfect name for a pattern that incorporates a well-known motif from Queen Victoria, Princess Victoria features a beautiful, decorative border you'll love. The must-have collection works wonderfully for those who are looking for a simple yet elegant pattern to add to their dinnerware collection.
Platter: 15-in. L x 11.5-in. W
Service Plate: 11-in. D.
Dinner Plate: 10.5-in. D.
Dessert Plate: 8.25-in. D.
Tea Cup: 8-oz.
Rim Soup Bowl: 8-in. D.
Rim Soup Plate: 8-in. D.
Bread & Butter Plate: 6-in. D.

Product Details

  • Gold banded
  • Glazed finish
  • Imported

Material & Care

  • Porcelain
  • Dishwasher safe
This item is part of the collection: Princess Victoria - Blue
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