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  1. Bold and graphic; these are words often used to describe crazy uncles and women's fashion, but they are also the perfect words to describe the textile collection of design industry darling Thomas Paul. His prints are the perfect addition to any space needing a splash of character.

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  2. Into the heart of Denmark's heritage.
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes - no more, no less - to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.

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    $180.00
  3. Into the heart of Denmark's heritage.
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes - no more, no less - to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.

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    $520.00
  4. Into the heart of Denmark's heritage.
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes - no more, no less - to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.

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    $240.00
  5. Into the heart of Denmark's heritage.
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes - no more, no less - to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.

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    $575.00
  6. Into the heart of Denmark's heritage.
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes - no more, no less - to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.

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    $495.00
  7. Into the heart of Denmark's heritage.
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes - no more, no less - to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.

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    $180.00
  8. Into the heart of Denmark's heritage.
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes - no more, no less - to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.

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    $350.00
  9. Into the heart of Denmark's heritage.
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes - no more, no less - to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.

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    $200.00
  10. Into the heart of Denmark's heritage.
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes - no more, no less - to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.

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    $420.00

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