- Material: fine porcelain
- Dimensions: H11xD7cm
- Landscape design inspired by 19th century Arles, France
- Off white background with gold & silver coloured rim
- Created with prestigious porcelain makers Vista Alegre
- Made in Portugal
- Matching Forum porcelain dinnerware available
Bring high fashion to your desk with this beautiful Forum pencil holder from the Christian Lacroix Tales of Porcelain collection. Created in partnership with prestigious porcelain makers Vista Alegre, the fashion house has combined its unique designs with fine porcelain to create a must have tableware collection. This pencil holder features a stylish landscape design inspired by 19th century Arles, France, with a gold & silver coloured rim. Also available in the Forum range are; various plate sizes, platter, vase and more. Mix and match with the Sol y Sombra and Butterfly Parade ranges to create your own personalised style.
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One of my plates arrived broken but I contacted customer services who put a replacement in the post which arrived the following day! Fast, efficient and friendly
I have lovely online experience with Amara. when I ordered online I have sent wrong delivery address so I called the number the lady on the phone not just pleasantly helped me but send me an email to confirm that the delivery address is updated.
Thank you Emma.
Always excellent serivce from Amara, kept informed of progress of delivery regularly and arrived sooner than expected.
Excellent. Easy transaction and product arrived on time.
Unfortunately, the Black Bread Cloche that I had previously received was damaged upon arrival. I rang up AMARA and they were extremely apologetic and arranged for a replacement to be sent straight away. Amazing customer service as always and such friendly staff.
Good service and swift delivery however other companies offer free next day delivery on many items.
The order and dispatch all worked
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