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Luxury Gift from France: Set of 4 Limoges Porcelain Cups - Vivaldi Collection
Four Limoges porcelain cups
Hand-painted and gilded with fine gold or platinium
Numbered and signed
Diameter: 9 centimeters (about 3.5 inches), Height: 4 centimeters (1.6 inches)
Made in France
Gift box packaging
You will receive your Set of 4 Limoges Porcelain Coupelles within 3 to 7 days.
Give the gift of luxury direct from France. . . You will love this Set of 4 Limoges Porcelain Cups! Our popular Vivaldi Collection was inspired by his famous "Four Seasons" concertos. Perfect for a wedding, birthday or anniversary. . . we have grouped all four of the patterns together in this exclusive luxury gift set from France. Hand-painted and detailed in fine 24 carat gold, each porcelain dish captures the essence of movement and color associated with each of the four seasons. Delicate feathers have been painted in meticulous detail and on each coupelle giving a distinct feel to each one. Sold as a set you may choose to display them together or separately as they blend easily in the living room, bedroom or even the bathroom.
Give this luxury gift from France and ask to have it personalized. We can add a name or date to each of these dishes creating a truly unique and luxurious keepsake. Beautifully packaged, you will not be dissappointed whether you are giving this as a gift or beginning your own colleciton.
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