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Item description: This Lenox product is by - There's a place for everything... and the perfect place for your mail is the kate spade new york Daisy Place Snail Mail Tray. Hand decorated with a whimsical envelope motif, and accented with touches of gold, this porcelain tray is perfectly sized for letters, and for a side table or counter.
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