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Rhapsody Tempered Glass Platter
Make a big impression when you serve meals on these floral square glass plates. Though beautiful and truly unique, these microwave- and dishwasher-safe plates will allow you to set a stylish table without any worries about safety or breakage.
ITEM#: 13984953Dress your table with flair using this elegant tempered glass platter. Design features clear glass with nouveau floral motif.
- Both pretty and practical
- Oven safe to 350-degrees Fahrenheit
- Freezer-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe
- Measures approximately 13 inches x 13 inches
- Material: Tempered Glass
- Color/pattern: Rhapsody
Note: as a portion of this product is handmade, slight variations in color may occur.
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It measures approximately 13 inches x 13 inches.
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