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Four-Piece "Japanese Floral" Dinnerware Place Setting


Dressed in a graphic Japanese floral print inspired by the strong, dramatic colors of Australian artist Florence Broadhurst's wallpapers—made possible through a first time ever collaboration between Kate Spade and the Florence Broadhurst Library—this black and white dinnerware makes a bold, modern statement on the table. By kate spade new york.
  • Made of porcelain.
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe.
  • Four-piece set includes dinner plate, accent/salad plate, soup/cereal bowl, and mug.
  • Imported.


About kate spade new york:
In 1993, former magazine accessories editor Kate Brosnahan created a sleek black handbag under the label kate spade new york that became famous around the world. In 2007, Deborah Lloyd, formerly of Banana Republic and Burberry, took the helm as president and chief creative officer with an aim to broaden the line while honoring its history. Craig A. Leavitt joined shortly thereafter to realize the global potential of the brand that now has dozens of retail shops, a thriving e-commerce business, and boutiques around the world and has grown to include shoes, jewelry, fragrance, eyewear, hosiery, tabletop, paper, and women's ready-to-wear.

kate spade new york Four-Piece "Japanese Floral" Dinnerware Place Setting



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