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  1. Caffco International Biltmore Inspirations Collection Olmsted Oak Serving Bowl Set
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  2. Caffco International Biltmore Inspirations Collection Olmsted Oak Serving Bowl Set

    Delivery: 10-20 Working Days
    Price R1225.00

Product Description

  • Set of 3 ceramic curved teardrop shaped bowls with raised leaf accents
  • Each bowl in set measures 9.5 Inch long x 5.5 Inch wide x 1.5 Inch tall
  • Dishes custom fit the Fifth Avenue wooden circle serving tray (available separately) from Caffco International
  • A stylish new twist to serving chips and dips, berries, condiments, nuts, candies or ice cream toppings
  • Coordinate with other Olmsted collection serving and decor pieces - plates, mugs, baking dishes, spreaders and woodland acorns
Additional Information

Give basic chips and dip a stylish new twist. Serving set has 3 curved teardrop shaped ceramic dishes that fit together into a circle. Each swirl leaf designed dish in this set measures 9.5-Inch long x 5.5-Inch wide x 1.5-Inch tall. Purchase the Fifth Avenue wooden circle tray (available separately) for a custom fit to carry and present your dips, berries, condiments or snacks. Ceramic dishes are oven, microwave and dishwasher safe so great for baking in addition to serving. Inspired by and named for Biltmore landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, the oak leaf and acorn Olmsted stoneware collection brings a casual, rustic simplicity to the table with a reactive glaze that gives each piece a unique variation. You'll see images of oaks and acorns throughout the house and even on the Vanderbilt family crest. Regal oaks dot the self-sustaining estate of the Biltmore House, a French Renaissance inspired chateau near Asheville, North Carolina, built by George Washington Vanderbilt between 1888 and 1895. It is the largest privately owned home in the United States at 175,000 square feet and featuring 255 rooms. Still owned by Vanderbilt's descendants, it stands today as one of the most prominent remaining examples of the Gilded Age. When you are browsing for exclusive and select pieces that will catch everyone's attention, search for superior items such as these brought to you by Caffco International. See for yourself. Caffco, Creativity Featured Daily.


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