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Opal Innocence Silver Teacup by Lenox - 834207 by

Item description: This Lenox product is by - Opal Innocence Silver represents a graceful new direction for the ever popular Opal Innocence dinnerware. The Opal Innocence Silver Teacup has the delicate vine motif enhanced with glistening silver, and broader, more luxurious platinum bands. Enamel dots add an elegant finish to what is sure to be an instant classic in bone china.
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