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Cer-Maz Polmedia Polish Pottery 7" Plate

Item# SPM8710558232 | Model# 17-103-D49 | Added on August 31, 2014 |
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Cer-Maz Polmedia Polish Pottery 7" Plate
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These hand-painted Polish Pottery Plates are a wonderful accompaniment to your collection. Use these plates to add style to your dinner table. This lovely Polish Pottery Stoneware Plate can also be used as a serving platter to add beauty to any meal. Take your plate and hang it to add charm to your home. Whatever way you use it, these versatile Polish Pottery Plates are a great accent to your home.

This Polmedia Polish Pottery 7-inch Plate is made by Cer-Maz factory in Boleslawiec, Poland.
Manufacturer shape number 103 (S199C), pattern number D49 (P7268A)

Dimensions: 7.56" wide, 7.56" long, 1.06" high

Polmedia Polish Pottery Stoneware is:
* Hand painted in Boleslawiec, Poland
* Microwave safe, dishwasher safe, oven safe up to 480 F, freezer safe
* Lead and cadmium free
* Crack and chip resistant
* Intended for everyday use, easy to clean
* ProductID: H2942G, shape: 103 (S199C), pattern: D49 (P7268A)

Features and Manufacturing Process
Polmedia Polish pottery is created from white clay that is found only in the Boleslawiec region of Poland. The pottery is fired in coal and gas ovens at temperatures in excess of 2200 degrees Fahrenheit with a glaze that is lead and cadmium free. Polish pottery is known for it's versatility in that it is safe for use in the dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven. Also, Polmedia Polish Pottery is resilient to abrasives making it durable and resistant to scratching or chipping. It is this combination of function and beauty that makes Polmedia Polish Pottery ... read more
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