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Lowell Creamer by Lenox - 6043665 by

Item description: This Lenox product is by - Crafted of the same ivory china as the five official state dinnerware services Lenox was commissioned to create for the White House, the elegant Lowell Creamer is part of the classic Lenox Lowell pattern. Introduced in 1917, the pattern reflects an era of sophisticated dining and elegant entertaining. Those same attributes come to your table in this fine piece for your china collection. Matching sugar bowl also available.
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Item SKU #: 6043665

Category: Lenox

 

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