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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 5-piece Place Setting. Each elegantly tailored piece is decorated with platinum trim, pearl grey edges, and delicate dots. Dinnerware that is perfect for formal occasions, Whitaker Street is sure to add style and a bit of glamor to any table. The place setting includes dinner plate, salad plate, butter plate, cup, and saucer. Dishwasher safe.
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