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Item description: This Lenox product is by - Contemporary and stylish, the kate spade new york Pierrepont Place 2-piece Serving Set is a perfect match for any ksny Pierrepont Place serving pieces. Whether you are serving a salad or tossing pasta, these lovely servers are just what you need. Crafted of nickel-plated metal, each is distinctively decorated, one with enamel striping, and one with dots.
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