This stunning and ornate dinnerware pattern was inspired by decorative motifs used by Scottish neoclassical architect and designer Robert Adam, showcased on the pure oval forms of the Wedgwood archive cameo. Rendered in a bold Wedgwood blue finish with intricate gilded detailing and a neoclassical laurel border, it's perfect for your collection.
- Gold banded
- Glazed finish
Material & Care
- Bone china
- Dishwasher safe
This item is part of the collection: Renaissance Gold Dinnerware
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