Mariko Jesse 8" Blue dinner plate set
Mariko Jesse, one of Hong Kong's most successful commercial artists has designed a beautiful bone china tea set.
Jesse's original design, a modern toile of Hong Kong, centres on an overall floral pattern. It's a tree with a flower embodying modern and traditional Hong Kong motifs including an egg tart, a taxi, a hanging street market lamp and the iconic Star Ferry, which have been delightfully incorporated into this classic design.
|Product Name||Mariko Jesse 8" Blue dinner plate set|
|Collection||Mariko Jesse Collection|
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Please note this installation service is only valid if your furniture can be freely moved into your room on our transportation trolley carts by lift or ground floor. The service does not include any walk up or walk down to different floor levels. This service can be purchased separately under the walk up service fee. This service does not include the fixing / mounting to concrete walls.
Please note that the installation of all our mounted lamps should be performed by a certified electrician and not by our team, we are happy to refer you.
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