The term "socialite" was coined by Yalie journalist and Tim magazine founder Briton Hadden in 1928, thus naming the tribe of consipicuous party peacocks filling the gossip columns for every generation. Calling it like he saw it, his eye on society was a genius one that inspires the smart and subtle Briton Collection. Simple white porcelain rimmed in gold defines this understate charger. The perfect complement to any pattern, set this piece against a colorful mix or as the foundation of a minimal, all-white scheme.
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