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Bauhaus Sugar and Creamer Set by Marianne Brandt for Alessi

$315.00

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Bauhaus Sugar from Batavia, OH on 10/17/2014 – Verified Buyer
Very butiful it will definitely dress your table. But I give 4 because I think it was little more pricy .
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Love this classic design from Chicago, IL on 04/07/2015 – Verified Buyer
Beautiful and elegant counter ware that is also functional too.
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