Artesano Nature beautifully expresses the Villeroy & Boch centuries old tradition of German craftsmanship. This tea cup saucer is completely hand decorated in soft natural tones of blue, green or beige - no two are exactly alike! Colors may be used alone or combined to set a unique and harmonious table.
- 6.25-in. D
- Hand painted finish
- Microwave safe
- Premium porcelain
This item is part of the collection: Artesano Nature Beige Dinnerware Collection
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