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Blue Italian Saucer

UPC: 0783931532542

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Blue Italian Saucer
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Perfect for tea or dessert time, this beautiful tea cup saucer is a must-have addition to your collection. Add a little something extra to special occasions with this gorgeous piece.
This item is part of the collection: Blue Italian Dinnerware Collection

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