Primitive RAGON HOUSE Terracotta Holiday Christmas Decor Dinner Plates (AD)

Category Pottery & Glass Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware Cup & Saucers

Current price $19.99

Listing type Fixed Price Item

Location Fort Wayne, Indiana 468** US

Quantity sold 0

Quantity available 1

Bids 0

Seller fortwaynesgw (18654)

Seller rating 99.2% positive feedback

Color Red


Material Terracotta

Pattern Christmas

Original/Licensed Reproduction Original

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CONDITION: Good - shows some sign of wear
For offer is a pair of Primitive RAGON HOUSE Terracotta Holiday Christmas Decor Dinner Plates, each measuring 9 3/4 inches. These are not meant for use, but for decor only. These caught the lister's eye because they appear hand decorated, rustic, and very farmhouse decor-esque. There are no chips, cracks or dings seen. Please see photos for more details. Thanks for stopping by!
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