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Red Tan Plaid Set of 4 Glass Appetizer/Dessert Plate 8" (Perso

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Red Tan Plaid Set of 4 Glass Appetizer/Dessert Plate 8" (Perso

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Item Package Quantity:4

Looking for a fun and easy way to shake up the entire look of your dining room? Our glass plate collection is the perfect thing! Simply substitute out your old, white sets for a set of 4 gorgeous round glass plates. These plates are both beautiful AND highly practical.

Each plate in this set of 4 is 8" in diameter and is the perfect size for appetizers, desserts or even salads. Each plate can be individually designed - with a huge catalog of designs and patterns, it's possible for no two to be alike! The personalization on each plate can also be changed - a monogram on one, a name on the other, and initials on the rest. Like always, it's entirely up to you!

Each plate is hand made just for you; due to the nature of hand made products, no two plates will be exactly alike. Print quality may vary from plate to plate, and matches can not be guaranteed.

Attending a wedding? These plates make the best gifts; customize with the newlyweds' married name!"br""br"Design Shown: Red amp; Tan Plaid (#40891)"br""br"Features:"br"===================================="br""br" * Microwave Safe"br" * Also available in singles!"br""br"Instructions:"br"===================================="br""br" * Microwave Safe"br" * NOT Dishwasher Safe"br" * Hand wash in warm water with soap"br""br"

Red Tan Plaid Set of 4 Glass Appetizer/Dessert Plate 8" (Perso

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