Introduced in the 1850's, this pattern's original name was "East Indies Flowers," creating a gorgeous dessert plate pattern you will adore. Much of the Oriental porcelain exported to Europe was shipped via East Indian companies, and the Eastern influence is further reflected in the Japanese-style arrangements portrayed here.
- 8.25-in. D
- Gold banded
- Hand-painted finish
Material & Care
- Hand wash
This item is part of the collection: Indian Basket Dinnerware
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