HKliving

Ceramic 70's dinner plate: frost

£14.49
From Genunine in Asturias, Spain
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Description

Ceramic dinner plate Frost from our popular 70's ceramics series. The plates are all unique due to the handmade finish.

ceramics, or a long term collector, there is always room for more. 
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Dutch brand HKliving draw influences from all four corners of the globe to create their eclectic range of home accessories for modern homes. 
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Dimensions

Width: 29cm

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Length: 29cm

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Height: 2cm

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Delivery

The product will be shipped to you from:
Genunine in Asturias, Spain.
The boutique is currently on holiday until Apr 24, 2020. Orders will be processed after they return.
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£3.99

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Returns

On items eligible for returns, you have 14 days from delivery to submit a return request. However, during the Coronavirus outbreak, some boutiques are unable to process returns in the short term. Please do not post your item until a member of our team has been in touch. You will still be eligible for a refund whenever you return the item, provided you have submitted the request within 14 days from receipt.

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HKliving

Ceramic 70's dinner plate: frost

£14.49
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Genunine in Asturias, Spain

HKliving

Dutch brand HKliving draw influences from all four corners of the globe to create their eclectic range of home accessories for modern homes. In contrast to Scandinavian brands who prefer a minimalist, ‘less is more’ aesthetic, HKliving’s style nods to diverse cultures as well as looking to the past, especially the 1970s era, to create their irreverent range of home accessories. Think Darwin-esque paperweights containing suspended jellyfish, cushions printed with Japanese style patterns, and ceramic plates, cups and platters inspired by a bohemian aesthetic.

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