After floating her way to the top of London society, Laura Mae Corrigan found herself in Paris at the outbreak of WWII, and with her lavish income all but cut off went on to become known as the "American Angel" winning a medal of honor from the French government for her comment service efforts. That's the kind of purely ladylike celebrated in the Corrigan collection. The dinner plate offers restraint with a delicately nautical golden rope trim on crisp white bone china. Pair with a minimal table setting or against more intricate patterns and bright colors to really stand out.
9.75 " Diameter
Material: Bone China
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