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Alencon dinner plate

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Emulating the extraordinary craftsmanship of 16th century French art, L’OBJET's Alencon collection preserves the intricacies of Point d’Alençon lace in Limoges porcelain. Rendered in chinoserie style with delicate angular edges, this dinner plate's hand-applied 24k gold accents will make every gathering an event to remember.

US$155

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Emulating the extraordinary craftsmanship of 16th century French art, L’OBJET's Alencon collection preserves the intricacies of Point d’Alençon lace in Limoges porcelain. Rendered in chinoserie style with delicate angular edges, this dinner plate's hand-applied 24k gold accents will make every gathering an event to remember.
  • Optic white Limoges porcelain
  • Hexagon shape with scalloped rim
  • Hand-applied 24k gold-plated Point d’Alençon lace motif border
  • Packaged in signature L’OBJET gift box
  • Diameter 28cm
  • Handwash with a mild, non-citrus dish soap
  • Dry immediately with a soft cloth
  • After use, rinse in hot water to avoid prolonged contact with acidic substances
  • Stack carefully when storing to avoid scratches
  • Dishwasher safe using a gentle energy-efficient air-dry cycle
  • Not microwave safe

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