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Large Square Dish with Multiple Silks

£150.00
  • This large square dish is ideal for cufflinks, keys, loose change or as a stand alone piece
  • Designed to depict racing silk colours including hat
  • Can be personalised with reference to the trainer, owner(s), jockey or race
  • Handmade and handcrafted by one of our skilled china makers
  • Hand-painted details
  • Gift wrapped in an English made presentation box

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Description

This impressive dish is the ideal present for anyone connected to or with a love of the horse racing world. It would make the ideal present to commemorate a special occasion and is ideal for anyone involved in a syndicate or stud.

The name(s) of the owner, trainer or jockey may be added to the front rims of the dish and an optional message added to the base.

The rim of the dish is finished in either metallic gold or platinum or in a complementary colour to match the colours of the silks.

We use Weatherbys standard colours when reproducing the silks on china. If known, please supply the silks colours when ordering but if not please supply us with the name of the person holding the silks and we will contact Weatherbys on your behalf.

Once we have the colours, we will put together representative artwork for your finished china, email it back to you and ask you for final confirmation before we proceed.

All our china is handmade and handcrafted by one of our skilled china makers in the Longton district of Stoke-on-Trent.

The china is gift wrapped in an English made presentation box.

We at Susan Rose China are proud to support British manufacturing at its finest.

Details

Dishwasher proof provided not edged in Metallic Gold or Platinum

Dimensions:
External: 23cm x 23cm x 4cm
Internal: 15cm x 15cm x 3cm
Weight: 1400g

Delivery

Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery after final approval

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