Simply elegant, Gwendolyn is a pristine design of 24 karat gold edging on a graceful scalloped shape. It offers the ideal base to build upon, as other patterns may easily be mixed with it in future.
- Glazed finish
- Gold banded
Material & Care
- Hand wash
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