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Turkish Ceramic Tulip Serving Plate

Regular price $4.99 Sale

The first Tulip Fanatics were not the Dutch, but the Sultan's of the Ottoman empire. They were the first to cultivate the wild flower, with many such as Süleiman the Magnificent having it dominate his lavish gardens. Today, the Tulip remains a prominent flower in the nations that compose the former Ottoman Empire, and these small serving plates reflect unique, Turkish designs.

The plates themselves small, perfect for hors d'oeuvres or biscuits!

Diameter: 4"