Waterford brings a touch of elegance to the dinner table with Aras teacup and saucer. Aras is derived from the Irish word for home and the pattern is inspired by the breath-taking Irish landscape. The design resembles the shimmering droplets of water from Ireland's beautiful lakes and rivers. The crispness of the pure white fine bone china is embellished with an elegant gray and platinum design that varies on each piece. The layering of the exquisite droplet border creates an interesting and textured framework, sure to impress your guests.
- 2-piece set
Material & Care
- Bone china
- Dishwasher safe
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