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6 Piece White Porcelain Chip and Dip Server with Bamboo Lazy Susan
Youll be the king of crudite with this lazy susan server that is designed especially to serve chips and dip. With six removable porcelain plates, this server is perfect for hummus and pita bread, veggies and dip, or chips and salsa.
ITEM#: 14715404This revolving bamboo chip and dip server is perfect for parties, family gatherings or a housewarming gift. Lazy susan is constructed of strong, dense and versatile bamboo. Set includes removable round and wedge-shaped porcelain plates to hold dips, cheeses and more. Packed in an attractive color gift box. Porcelain plates are dishwasher and microwave safe. *Type:Lazy susan chip and dip server *Color/pattern:White *Material: Porcelain & Bamboo *Dimensions: 13.5 in. D ; 2.5 in. H
|Dimensions||D: 13.5 in H: 2.5 in.|
|Materials||Porcelain and Bamboo|
|Product Features||Microwave Safe|
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I gave this as a Christmas gift to a good friend who had been looking (and could not find!!) a lazy susan appetizer plate. She loved it.Read More
The porcelan dip holders shipped great no nicks or cracks...however the bamboo lazy susan was broken, I don't send things back if there is a possabilty of fixing them, I gorilla glued it & its working OK nowRead More
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