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Tea set Nordic Ceramic Water Set Household Retro Water Glass Liv

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Product description

Color:White  |  Size:1.4L

Advantages:
High temperature resistant porcelain cups are exquisitely designed. The workmanship is excellent and the quality is very good. The perfect gift for moms, parents, friends, leaders, and those who like to taste a variety of teas or coffees.
The collection of tea sets has been around since ancient times, not only can realize the function of making tea, but also can be used as home decoration.
This tea set is resistant to high temperature and abrasion, not easy to fade.
Features:
The thin and elegant smooth surface makes it different from ordinary porcelain;
The use of high-temperature ceramics is environmentally friendly. Different patterns are available for you to choose, royal and classic.
Reminder:
It is best to wash by hand, because it is very delicate.
Satisfying service: We provide high-quality products and professional customer service. If you have any questions about our products, please contact us in time, we will contact you within 105 hours.

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