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Trent 5-piece Flatware Place Setting by Lenox - 866683 by

Item description: This Lenox product is by - The unique ebony striped handles give the Trent 5-piece Flatware Place Setting an elegant and contemporary flair. Perfect for any casual dinnerware, the black accents can also add a bit of drama to a more formal table. The service is easy to clean, making it ideal for everyday use. A great gift.
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Item SKU #: 866683

Category: Lenox

 

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