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Now, a year later, Tiffany is selling a bone china version of that paper cup—same shape, same blue, the name in black—along with silver plates crimped like standard-issue paper ones.
Prices of products on sale run from $95 for the Everyday Objects paper cup in bone china to the Tiffany T Square Bracelet in 18-karat gold at $5,200.
After pouring a small amount of cleanser into the bone china mixing bowl, use circular motions to create a lather, which can be gently massaged over the skin to remove excess keratin buildup every seven days.
At Cath Kidston, where winsome London prints are always the cup of tea, 7.50 will buy a bone china mug printed with those red London buses.
There are also bone china and cut crystal pieces, piggy banks, and cashmere blankets.
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BONE CHINA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bone china for English Language Learners
: thin white plates, bowls, cups, etc., made from clay and crushed bones
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