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Hong Kong Willow Pattern 8-inch Starter Plates – Set of 4 - Blue

Hong Kong Willow Pattern 8-inch Starter Plates – Set of 4 - Blue

HK$880.00
Dimensions (in cm)
Width: 20.00

A gift box set of 4 blue fine bone china 8-inch starter plates in Faux’s iconic contemporary Willow Pattern of Hong Kong Harbour designed by Mariko Jesse. Great for festive celebrations such as Christmas, New Year and dinner parties, these equisite plates available in classic blue and white china exportware and red and white.

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