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BIA Import Cordon Ooh La 14

BIA Cordon Ooh La La 14" Porcelain Oval Platter, Baline, Red

$21

BIA Cordon Ooh La La 14" Porcelain Oval Platter, Baline, Red

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Product description

Based in California, BIA Cordon Bleu has been crafting superb stoneware and porcelain dinnerware, serveware and bakeware for 65 years. From contemporary patterns to classic designs, our ceramics are created by skilled artisans to ensure the highest quality product. If you have a taste for something with a little pizzazz, BIA Cordon Bleu offers bowls and dishes with hand glazed, unique patterns and elegant designs. Our serveware is also available in a wide range of shapes and sizes to accommodate all your entertaining needs. Add a touch of elegance to your dinner presentation with the Parisienne flea market inspired Ooh La La! Oval Serving Platter. Made from high-quality, super white porcelain with a brightly colored red design, this platter is crack and stain resistant to keep it looking new. With a sleek design, it will complement any household decor. It is oven, dishwasher, and microwave safe.

BIA Cordon Ooh La La 14" Porcelain Oval Platter, Baline, Red

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