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Bread and Butter Motif 2

UPC: 5992632495826

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Bread and Butter Motif 2
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Inspired by a pair of cups designed in Vienna in the early 19th century, the Asian Garden pattern is a superlative example of Chinoiserie design with fanciful, exuberant images of life in an imagined China.

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  • 8-oz.
  • Imported

Material & Care

  • Porcelain
  • Dishwasher safe
This item is part of the collection: Asian Garden Dinnerware
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