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A study in refined opulence, the Odessa Platinum bone china by Noritake transports you to the splendor of another time. This salad plate features intricate platinum detailing and a classic shape that elevates your special occasions to something extraordinary. Coordinate with table settings and a full range of accessories.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] My husband and I chose this pattern for our wedding China and we could not be more pleased. I love the clean lines and the mix of a classic and modern look. It is so beautiful on the table. As an added bonus, I was able to run it through my dishwasher on the delicate cycle and it did not hurt it at all!
This China is so beautiful and elegant. It is a good investment
I have this set and it is lovely. I’ve served guests with it repeatedly and the pattern never wears off. My question is: is the pattern made from real Silver? I have religious restrictions on eating on plates with Silver, which is why I am asking.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This pattern is beautiful and would stand the test of time. I like looking at different china patterns and this one catches my eye.
I love this pattern and am considering registering for it. The color on my computer screen differs with different photographs. Is the place setting (5-pc) all the same color of pale grey, and is the accent plate (9-inches) indeed a darker grey?? Many thanks.
This china is absolutely perfect - the platinum rim is the perfect combination of vintage and chic. The set goes perfectly in our farmhouse kitchen with modern features.
We fell in love with this pattern while we were registering for our wedding gifts. It looks beautiful in our china cabinet display. The pattern is very traditional and elegant. The material is also very durable, it still looks great after being used.
I love the pattern on this china!!!! When was it introduced?