- Material: fine porcelain
- Dimensions: L15xW11cm
- Landscape design inspired by 19th century Arles, France
- With beautiful three dimensional effect butterfly details
- Off white background with gold & silver coloured details
- Created with prestigious porcelain makers Vista Alegre
- Made in Portugal
- Matching Forum porcelain dinnerware available
Bring high fashion to any setting with this beautiful Forum card box 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 striking card box features a stylish landscape design inspired by 19th century Arles, France, with beautiful three dimensional effect butterfly details and gold & silver coloured details. Also available in the Forum range are; various plate sizes, platter, vase, pencil holder and more. Mix and match with the Sol y Sombra and Butterfly Parade ranges to create your own personalised style.
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Checkout was streamlined and efficient. Shipping was incredibly fast, item arrived in good condition, well-packed, and as described. Personalized packings slip was a nice touch!
Item was as described and arrived very quickly.
great products, efficient service, fair price
Shipping was extremely fast. Gift wrapping was very nice.
The item I ordered wasn't in stock and had to be back ordered. It did ship a few days later than the expected date, but when it was shipped it arrived in 2 days which is really fast considering I ordered from the Netherlands.
Amazing service, easy to understand website.
Hard to believe the speed with which my purchase arrived, especially considering that it was going from England to the United States.
Had trouble trying to order on website but good service when I phoned them to place the order.
Delivery a little slower than expected
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