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Mikasa Cortez Set of 7 Salad Plates Studio Kraft Made in Japan Scroll Design - Brown and Black

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Mikasa Cortez Set of 7 Salad Plates Studio Kraft Made in Japan

Set of 7 Salad Plates - I will sell a set of 3 or 4 if interested.

Plates are in Great Vintage Condition - No chips or cracks.

Measures 7 5/8 inches

Cortez
by MIKASA

Item#: 58723 Pattern Code: MIKCORT
Description: Studio Kraft, Black Band, Scroll Center
Pattern Number: E3712/7912
Pattern: Cortez by Mikasa
Status: Discontinued. Actual: 1974 - 1976

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Mikasa Cortez Set of 7 Salad Plates Studio Kraft Made in Japan

Set of 7 Salad Plates - I will sell a set of 3 or 4 if interested.

Plates are in Great Vintage Condition - No chips or cracks.

Measures 7 5/8 inches

Cortez
by MIKASA

Item#: 58723 Pattern Code: MIKCORT
Description: Studio Kraft, Black Band, Scroll Center
Pattern Number: E3712/7912
Pattern: Cortez by Mikasa
Status: Discontinued. Actual: 1974 - 1976

Thanks for looking!

Box T

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Mikasa Cortez Set of 7 Salad Plates Studio Kraft Made in Japan Scroll Design - Brown and Black

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  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: Stoneware
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