Incorporating a well-known motif without trying to invoke the same presence of the Queen herself, this piece's pattern has the perfect name and appearance! Princess Victoria features the beautiful, decorative border. It's a wonderful complement to existing Queen Victoria pieces, but the pattern works well in its own right for those who are looking for a simple yet elegant touch.
- Gold banded
- Glazed finish
Material & Care
- Hand wash
This item is part of the collection: Princess Victoria Dinnerware Collection - Light Blue
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