Pier 1 Imports Laurina Salad Plate
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  • Fitz and Floyd Toulouse Dinner Plate, Green
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    Colorful birds, butterflies and delicate floral accents appear on a pastel green background in the charming Toulouse Collection by Fitz and Floyd. Add a breath of the French countryside to your home decor with our collection of dinnerware, serving pieces and home decor. Classic shapes on a blue or green pastel background make the Toulouse Dinnerware Collection perfect for year-round entertaining. Accented with an antique glaze and floral accents, this Dinnerware Plate is made of durable stoneware and is dishwasher and microwave safe. Dimensions: Height: 0.75 Diameter: 11IN. Material: Stoneware.
  • Pier 1 Imports Yellow Lemon Salad Plate
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    Pier1 Yellow Lemon Salad Plate. Yellow.
  • Villeroy & Boch Dinnerware, Mariefleur 4 Piece Place Setting
    macys.com
    Prolong spring with the lively florals of Villeroy & Boch's Mariefleur place setting. Splashy colors adorn premium white porcelain edged in red and designed for everyday dining. Mix and match with New Cottage dinnerware.
  • Pier 1 Imports Natural Acacia Wood Charger
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    Pier1 Natural Acacia Wood Charger. Complete your place setting with our handsome Acacia Wood Charger. Handcrafted by artisans in the Philippines, this richly grained piece features a slight rim and sets a beautiful background for your dinnerware. No matter the occasion, you’ll be ready for fine dining at home.. Natural. 12"Dia x 1"H. Acacia wood. Handcrafted—slight variation in color and shape. Do not soak in water. Natural.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Presentation Plate
    bloomingdales.com
    Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.

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