Fluted Dinner Plate
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Item No.: 5123150

MSRP: $21.50 
Our Price: $14.99 Item eligible for discount
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Napoli is a subtly decorated, hand-painted collection that evokes the light and colors of the coast of Italy. The soft palette of pale orange, yellow, rose, varying shades of blue and light green creates a bright, cheerful setting for any meal. This pattern coordinating Fluted Dinner Plate is enhanced with an extra touch of shapely design. Add a graceful style that will compliment food and dress up your table. Crafted of earthenware. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Fluted dinner plate measures 10-3/4 inch.

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great plates I love the plates. Please don't discontinue them too soon as I plan to buy more as money allows. Good quality. I have the whole set of Napoli and love the fluted plates. February 17, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Could have been so great I was SO delighted to see that Pfaltzgraff had FINALLY decided to come up with a standard-sized plate in the Napoli pattern. I was happy to order a set of six. Order arrived, and there are...issues...but that will have to wait, apparently, since the winter storm this past week shut down all phone lines. So, problems with the order notwithstanding, there are quality issues of which consumers need to be aware. The plates are of good size, and match the Napoli set well, but...finish is HORRIBLE. I attach a photo of one of the plates. The white area is where there is NO finish on the front of the plate. And look at the painting on that verge (the red line along the inner rim). LOOK AT IT. I am at a loss for words. Pics are worth 1,000 words. February 15, 2014
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