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Rothschild Bird Bread and Butter #1

UPC: 5992630824208

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Rothschild Bird Bread and Butter #1
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Bring your room to life with Rothschild Bird pattern by Herend, which is stunning in all its intricate detail! Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting in porcelain. Elevate your collection with these must-have pieces that will deliver a fantastic look to your table.
Hand washing in mild detergent is preferred and recommended. Avoid abrasives and lemon-based soaps.
If a dishwasher is used, the following is recommended:
Avoid overloading the dishwasher to ensure that items do not come in contact with one another (this will prevent chipping from occurring).
Do not use lemon-based dishwashing liquid or abrasive powders.
Lower temperature settings are better.
Allow the porcelain to cool off at the end of the drying cycle before removing it.
Never put an item with gold or platinum trim in the microwave.
Avoid storing acid-based foods in any painted porcelain container for an extended period of time.
Dust items with a soft cloth. Avoid abrasives and lemon-based cleaning products.
When storing, the use of felt pads between stacked plates is recommended to decrease the danger of abrasions.

Product Details

  • Glazed finish
  • Gold banded
  • Domestic

Material & Care

  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
This item is part of the collection: Rothschild Bird
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