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Creamer Set

For Sale $40 Or Best offer: (+ shipping and handling)
Newport Mansions Sugar & Creamer Set
Beautiful Yellow, Gold & Colorful Phoenix
of the "Kingscote" Collection
from The Preservation Society Of Newport County (Newport Mansions)
and the National Historic Trust (established 1936)

Never Used - Brand New Condition!

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Many collectors and connoisseurs appreciate home furnishing designs inspired by classic creations from internationally-known museums and historic sites. Andrea by Sadek prides itself on working with some of our country's finest institutions to create gift and tabletop collections based on actual pieces found at--and licensed from--such prestigious sites as Biltmore House, The Preservation Society of Historic Newport, the Smithsonian Institution, Winterthur Museum and many more. Not coincidentally, many of these selections are among Andrea by Sadek's best sellers. To view our licensed collections from a specific museum or historic site, simply click on one of the links below.

About the National Historic Trust:
For more than 50 years, the National Trust has been helping people protect the irreplaceable. A private nonprofit organization with more than a quarter million members, the National Trust is the leader of the vigorous preservation movement that is saving the best of our past for the future.

Care and Use (please read carefully):
For all Andrea by Sadek, fine Japanese porcelain tabletop products hand washing is recommended. These items are not guaranteed to be dishwasher safe.
Hand washing is recommended.

Andrea by Sadek pieces usually feature a gold colored border, these borders are painted with a special non-metallic gold paint. While they say they are safe for microwave use, it is not advised.

Most other porcelain and ceramic serveware including many Andrea by Sadek products should NOT be used in regular ovens. The porcelain and ceramics are always somewhat porous and if not specifically designed for oven use they may crack when exposed to rapid changes in temperature. Also many ceramic pieces use glazes which may craze when exposed to rapid changes in temperature
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