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Byzance Accent Salad Plate

UPC: 0701587316446

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Byzance Accent Salad Plate
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Showcasing color and pattern in a truly unique way, the Byzance accent salad plate by Wedgewood combines world-class heritage with high-fashion influences. The bold graphic design features intricate geometric patterning, amplified with a metallic gold edge and collection of jewel tones, to create a couture-inspired kaleidoscope and make a statement on the table. 

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  • Imported

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  • Bone China
  • Dishwasher safe
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