Clare’s Wares August 2007
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In France, the damier pattern (damier means “checkerboard”) is as much of a staple on country dinnerware as its cousin, gingham, is on the tablecloths of rural America.Napa Style’s Damier Cherry dinnerware gives the tried-and-true pattern a dose of whimsy in the form of bright red cherries. And although their origins are French, these dessert plates will look right at home holding a slice of apple pie at an Independence Day barbeque.
$58 for a set of four dessert plates.
Call 866-776-6272, or visit napastyle.com.
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