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Spode Christmas Tree 12" Annual Dessert Tray - 2020 Collectible

$27

Spode Christmas Tree 12" Annual Dessert Tray - 2020 Collectible

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Product description

The 2020 Christmas Tree Annual Collection features beautiful poinsettias surrounded by natural elements including pine cones, berries and greens. The Spode Christmas Tree 2020 Annual Dessert Tray is embellished with border of poinsettias and natural elements surrounding the iconic Spode Christmas Tree. Perfect for gifting, serving small bites or as festive holiday décor. Ensure lasting memories and cheer when you complement the year with this delightfully detailed tray boasting a charming christmas tree design.

Spode Christmas Tree 12" Annual Dessert Tray - 2020 Collectible

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