CHELSEA FEATHER GOLD DINNERWARE
...all that shimmers
This classic white dinner service has beautiful scalloped edges and hand-painted edges with 22-carat gold feathering. The original antique shapes were produced mid-1700's by the Royal Worcester Manufactury for the Duke of Gloucester, an honorific title given to the younger brother, William Henry, of King George III of England. The plates are an elevated basic for everyday use, but also shine mixed with more highly decorated dinnerware.
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