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Waterford Crystal Colleen 22-Piece Bone China Dinnerware Set - 436-439

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436-439 - Waterford Crystal Colleen 22-Piece Bone China Dinnerware Set
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Waterford Crystal Colleen 22-Piece Bone China Dinnerware Set

Modern and daring, the Colleen Collection by Waterford is a pattern of fine bone china characterized by bold contrasts and dynamic styling. Decorated with stylish black and silver edges for a look of contemporary elegance.


  • Four Tea Cups (6 oz)
  • Four Saucers
  • Four Bread/Butter Plates
  • Four Salad Plates
  • Four Dinner Plates
  • Two Open Vegetable Bowls .

Additional Information:
Tea Cup: 4.25"H x 3.25"W; Saucer: 5.75"W; Bread/Butter Plate: 6"W; Salad Plate: 8"W; Dinner Plate: 10.75"W; Open Vegetable Bowl: 9.5"W x 7.5"D. Bone China. For indoor use only. Made in Japan.

Care Instructions:
Washing by Hand: When washing by hand, avoid using scouring pads and/or abrasive detergents. Most stains can be removed by soaking the item in warm water before washing. Washing your dinnerware in a dishwasher: It is perfectly safe to wash your dinnerware in an automatic dishwasher , as long as you adhere to the following guidelines. Load the washer so that pieces do not touch each other, to avoid the risk of scratching. Do not overload. Wash at 149 degrees F maximum, the "short wash" or "china and crystal" cycle is sufficient for normal cleaning. As soon as the wash water has drained away, there should be an immediate rinse cycle to flush away deposits of detergent, which will form a film if allowed to dry on the ware. In hard water areas, deposits may form on your dinnerware over a period if the water is allowed to dry on the ware. These soluble deposits can easily be removed with a 50/50 solution of vinegar and water.

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