Understated and elegant, this pattern combines timeless design and the beauty of Lenox® ivory fine china. The look is always in style, and adds a touch of refinement to your dining and entertaining experience. The elegance of ivory china is accented with wide bands of shimmering platinum to create the classic style of Solitaire dinnerware.
- Platinum banded
- Glazed finish
- the USA
Material & Care
- Bone China
- Dishwasher safe
This item is part of the collection: Solitaire Dinnerware and Accessories
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