â Decorative turkish plate was made in our own workshop. The design of the decorative ceramic plate belongs to us and is unique.
â Height: 2'' (5 Cm); Width: 12'' (30 Cm)
â You can use this hand painted ceramic plate in food service.
â Coated with Lead Free Glaze (Safe Food) and baked at 1040 Â° C.
â Collectible ceramic plate is a perfect wall decor accent to any niche, table or mantle at your home or you can hang it.
âââ Colorful ceramic plate was made hand painted pixel by pixel with special paints. Vivid colors were used on the plate and there would be no fading of color. During the painting process, a special technique, the Relief Technique, was used. When you touch the plate, you feel the patterns in your hand.
âââ Turkish ceramic plate is dishwasher safe. This is a piece of art so please don't put it into the microwave. A microwave will ruin the texturing of on the platter.
"p"â Because the colors of the plates are painted improvised, there are 1 piece from each plate. "p"â We wish you to be satisfied with our unique handmade plate and remember us every time you use itâ¦ "p"âââ PLEASE READ THE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO ENSURE A TROUBLE-FREE DELIVERY OR IN CASE OF A RETURN, EXCHANGE OR DAMAGED PRODUCT!!! "p"â PLEASE VISIT AMAZON SHOP PAGE FOR OTHER PRODUCTS. "p"â All orders are sent from Turkey with FEDEX EXPRESS or DHL EXPRESS. Tracking number is provided for each order. We are pleased to work with a renowned shipping company and know that our customers receive their orders in just a few days. "p" Â After the product has been delivered to the shipping company, the time to reach you: "p"Â Â U.S. 2-5 days .
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