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Item description: This Lenox product is by - Shining white bone china is trimmed in precious platinum to create the kate spade new york Whitaker Street 8 Salad Plate. Decorated with platinum trim, pearl grey edges, and a hint of delicate dots, the salad plate is both tailored and elegant. Dinnerware that is perfect for formal occasions, Whitaker Street is sure to add style and a bit of glamor to any table. Dishwasher safe.
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