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‘Be The Winner’ Oval Platter by Richard Winkworth

‘Be The Winner’ Oval Platter by Richard Winkworth

HK$1,180.00
Dimensions (in cm)
Width: 18.00
Height: 4.00
Long
29

A fine bone china oval platter: ‘Be The Winner’ by artist Richard Winkworth. This iconic design centres on the Happy Valley Racecourse in Hong Kong in the style of chinese blue and white porcelain export ware.

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