Classic Lenox China Weatherly Berry BowlsClassic Lenox China Weatherly Berry BowlsClassic Lenox China Weatherly Berry BowlsClassic Lenox China Weatherly Berry BowlsClassic Lenox China Weatherly Berry BowlsClassic Lenox China Weatherly Berry Bowls

Lenox is my absolute favorite china manufacturer. Just the feel of the porcelain is rich! This simply elegant bread plate in the Weatherly pattern will look beautiful on a dinner table 100 year from now. The 5 ½” diameter bowl has a soft swirl pattern and is trimmed in platinum – such understated beauty. These bowls hardly look like they’ve been used, showing no stains or utensil marks. Each is in excellent condition. Lenox made this pattern from 1959-1986.

We are selling each bowl individually so that you may purchase the number you need. We have other pieces in the pattern that will be listed in our shop.

This pattern would be a wonderful addition to your dinner table. Please contact us if you have any questions.

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Item ID: MADE-DNWR-berry

Classic Lenox China Weatherly Berry Bowls

$14 USD ea. REDUCED

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