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025466923670 Features: -Tureen.-Material: Ironstone.-Ladle sold separately.-Pumpkin soup.-Hand wash.-Lid: 2.49" H x 7.87" W x 7.87" D.-Bowl: 5.73" H x 8.54" W x 8.54" D.-Overall: 11" H x 8.5" W x 8.25" D, 3.7 lbs.-Capacity: 15 cup. Color/Finish: -Hand painted with antiqued glaze finish. Collection: -Thanksgiving collection.

Thanksgiving 15 oz. Tureen

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