Enjoy the timeless beauty of the magnolia with this elegant scalloped creamer accenting your table. Magnolia trees grow throughout Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area, enchanting visitors today just as they enchanted the first colonists hundreds of years ago. This classic green and white magnolia design has the same enduring quality. With graceful scalloped edges etched in green and a lovely silhouette, this creamer adds a touch of style and charm. Choose one today, and you'll be making a smart choice for tomorrow, whether for yourself, or as a gift for a friend or relative. Made of fine porcelain with a combination of hand painting and decal work, magnolia scalloped creamer is dishwasher and microwave safe. Coordinating items available.
- White and green
- Magnolia design
- Porcelain creamer with scalloped rim
- 4" H
- Combination hand-painted and decal
- Dishwasher and microwave safe
- Coordinating products available
- WILLIAMSBURG by Andrea by Sadek
Magnolia trees were thriving in Virginia and the eastern United States before the first colonist arrived. Explorers were astonished by their first glimpse of this enormous, unusual tree with its fragrant giant blossoms. Magnolias continue to make a grand presence throughout Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area. The west elevation of the Lightfoot House is ornamented by a beautifully espaliered southern magnolia—the finest example of this unique pruning technique in Williamsburg.