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Vintage Trinket Dish

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Collected antique saucers are repurposed into an instant heirloom. Designed to hold rings and jewelry bits, and painted with an intricate floral motif, this lovely dish makes a one-of-a-kind bridesmaid gift. Please note that due to their vintage nature, no two dishes are exactly alike. From artist and designer, Marceli Botticelli or M of Tea Times Creations. 4.5H, approximately 5.5 diameter Vintage china, zinc alloy Hand wash USA
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