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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
  • Inspired by 18th and 19th century European dinnerware found in the Paris flea market
  • Perfect collection to mix and match with current tabletop favorites
  • Made of earthenware with a shiny glazed finish
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe
  • Small: 3.375 in. H x 6.25 in. W. 3 cup capacity
  • Medium: 4 in. H x 8.125 in. W. 6 cup capacity
  • Large: 5.19 in. H x 9.5 in. W. 11 cup capacity

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TAG Flea Market White Mixing Bowls, Set of Three


Bellacor Number: 563839


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    PRODUCT DETAILS
  • Bellacor Number:
    563839
  • Finish:
    White
  • Dimensions:
    9 1/2"W x 5 19/100"H
  • Style:
    Transitional
  • Weight:
    5.7 Lbs
  • UPC:
    025466784783
  • Brand SKU:
    550814
  • Brand:
    TAG
  • Collection:
    Flea Market
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