Blue and White Porcelain Salad/Dessert Plate Set
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Birds and Bees Salad/Dessert Plate, Egg
See below for photos of all four patterns available in this set.
For a fresh update or an addition to a traditional blue and white porcelain collection, incorporate these whimsical plates onto your table — perfect for a simple lunch with family or for an elegant dinner party with guests. This plate is one in a set of four, uniquely-designed, fine Porcelain plates — incorporating vintage birds and bees images into one-of-a-kind patterns — and is handmade in Poland exclusively for Nourish™ at the Karolina factory which has over a 150-year history in making fine Porcelain. Each plate measures 8.25 inches in diameter. Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Pair these salad/dessert plates with our
Persian Carpet Dinner Plates
Celebration Stars Small Plates in Persimmon
for an elegant and sophisticated look.
See below for an image of each pattern available in this charming
Birds and Bees
Fine porcelain made in Poland exclusively for Nourish™ • 8.25 inches in diameter
8.25 inches in diameter, fine porcelain, handmade in Poland exclusively for Nourish™ at the Karolina factory which has a 150-year history making fine Porcelain. Lead and cadmium free, fully vitrified. Produced on an isostatic press for maximum consistency in quality. All pigments are specialized and produced in Bavaria.
These plates, inspired by my travels and beautiful people I have met along the way, add whimsy and texture to any tabletop. An elegant addition to any dinner table or a wonderful way to brighten-up scrambled eggs!
Dishwasher and microwave safe.
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