Autumn® Two-Tiered Server
Autumn® Two-Tiered Server
Autumn® Two-Tiered Server
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Autumn® Two-Tiered Server

$320.00 $159.95 Out of Stock
Rated 3.8 out of 5
4 Reviews
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Description
A Lenox treasure from 1918, this regal, two-tiered server features a motif of hand-applied enamel dots to create a cornucopia of fruit and flowers. Crafted of durable ivory bone china with a 24k gold band, this server is dishwasher-safe and is ideal for serving small bites.
Details

Item #880468

  • Material: Bone China
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Not For Use In Microwave
  • Made In U.S.A.
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What’s Included

  • One 10.75" Tiered Server
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Autumn

Designed in 1918, our Autumn dinnerware pattern has hand-applied enamel dots to create a cornucopia of fruit and flowers. While elegant in design, this dinnerware set is made of durable ivory bone china, and is dishwasher safe, making it perfect for every occasion.

Customer Reviews

average rating 3.8 out of 5
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Rated 3 out of 5
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Reviewed by Lorraine K., from United States
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I don't recommend this product
Age Range
55 - 64
Gender
Female
Purpose
Self-Gift
Rated 2 out of 5
Review posted

Not centered - have not heard back from Lenox

The top plate is defective and looks terrible. The decoration that should be centered is way off, made even more obvious by the hardware that screws into it. Looks fine when covered up by cookies etc, but once they’re removed the defect is all too obvious. I wrote immediately to Lenox, but as of the date of this writing I have not heard back from them. I have been regularly augmenting my Autumn Pattern set since I purchased it in 1982, and this is the first time I have ever had an issue. Will I be stuck with an eyesore, or will Lenox show they care about quality control???