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Canton Tea Saucer

UPC: 5992630168869

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Canton Tea Saucer
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This Tea Saucer essential is abloom with one of the world's most intricate and elaborate examples of hand painting on porcelain. Its rich use of gold is layered over lush turquoise and pomegranate shades on a pure white field, creating an effortlessly sophisticated look you'll love offering to friends and family.

Product Details

  • 5.5-in. D
  • Hand-painted finish
  • Imported

Material & Care

  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash, dry with a soft cloth
This item is part of the collection: Cornucopia Dinnerware
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