Filled with fruit and displayed on a table or sideboard, this bowl is a beautiful complement to Tuxedo Platinum dinnerware. Crafted of ivory fine china and rimmed in precious platinum with a band of platinum interwoven accents.
In 1912, Lenox introduced the Tuxedo china service. Since that time, this popular pattern has remained a hallmark of formal elegance and sophistication. Marrying ivory china with the splendor of etched gold, it is a look that raises simplicity of design to exquisite artistry for your table.
Formal beauty and elegant practicality. This versatile all purpose bowl can be put to a variety of uses at your table - and will always be the epitome of style. Created to accompany your Tuxedo china collection, it may be used with any ivory-bodied, gold-banded dinnerware to present a look that will impress everyone at your table.
Lenox Tuxedo Platinum Ivory China 13-Inch Oval Platter
Every meal will seem all the more appealing when served on this platter. An elegant complement to the Tuxedo Platinum dinnerware service, this piece is crafted of ivory fine china and rimmed in precious platinum with a band of platinum interwoven accents.
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Tablescape on a Budget ~ Lenox Outlet Shopping Trip & Haul ~ Amy Learns to Cook
Lenox Tuxedo Fine Dinnerware
Join Amy for a shopping trip & haul at the Lenox outlet store. On the day of her visit, all items in the store were 40% off the outlet price. This is a great way to create a tablescape on a budget with high quality dinnerware, china, serveware, silverware, and completer pieces.
Amy Learns to Cook is all about learning to make simple, tasty food from fresh ingredients. One year ago, I made a commitment to stop eating processed convenience foods. I decided to learn to cook "real" food. Join...