Chop Plate Mikasa Ebony Flair, Fine China, Discontinued, Round Platter
A wonderful chop plate by Mikasa. The pattern is called Ebony Flair and consists of blue spots on a black rim with an ivory center. What a wonderful statement this will make on your table, buffet, or sideboard. A great addition to a set, as a replacement piece, or just on its own.
12¼ inches in diameter
Actual Dates of Manufacture: 1997-1998
This platter is in excellent condition. There are no chips, cracks, or crazing.
Perfect for a holiday or special occasion serving. A great gift for someone who has a love of fine china.
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'LIKE NEW' Perfect mint condition.
EXCELLENT: Item has no chips cracks or crazing. May show wear from over the years such as small utensil marks.
GREAT: Item shows signs of wear due to everyday use. Larger utensil marks small flea bit chips.
VERY GOOD: Item has larger signs of wear from everyday use. Such as minor scratches, scuffing, crazing or flea bite chips.
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FAIR: Numerous noted flaws, some very significant. Larger cracks, chips, mars, etc. The item will have very significant wear for its years of use.
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