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Tea Cup - Motif #2

UPC: 5992630826356

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Tea Cup - Motif #2
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An ornate fish scale border adds an exclamation point to the already vibrant Rothschild bird pattern by Herend. This timeless design is a must-have for your dinnerware collection.

Product Details

  • Gold banded
  • Hand-painted finish
  • Domestic

Material & Care

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