Bread and Butter Plates, Mikasa, Rhoda, Set of 6, Gray Scrolls, Pink Roses, Fine China, Discontinued
A gorgeous set of six bread and butter plates by Mikasa, made in Japan. The pattern is called Rhoda which consists of gray scrolls and pink roses. This is beautiful fine china and would look lovely on any table, buffet, or sideboard. Perfect for bringing a touch of elegance to your table.
Mikasa has been a leader in the dinnerware industry since 1948, when the Japanese company was founded. They have become one of the most popular brands of dinnerware and their products are highly sought after by collectors.
6⅜ inches in diameter
These plates are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. There is only light rubbing to the platinum trim.
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'LIKE NEW' Perfect mint condition.
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