The slightly African feel of this set feels very curren. This handmade set would be perfect for presenting any selection of cheese or fruit. It's the perfect conversation piece for any party.
For those casual dinner parties where beer is free flowing, this pretty piece would be put to good use. Made of stainless steel and leather, it's a very high-quality piece.
If you're throwing a sushi party, these fun handmade wooden chopsticks are made of wild olivewood and bone, so they're both sturdy and graceful.
This is one of my favorite entertaining pieces. People always love gourmet cheeses for appetizers, and this is the perfect slicer for those hard-to-cut hard wheels.
I love putting sparkling water in a pretty bottle like this for a dinner party. Presentation is everything, and this is the perfect piece to store plain old water.
This pretty set of Mojave-inspired letterpress coasters is so visually interesting with all of those patterns. They definitely would add a festive touch to any cocktail party.
Who doesn't like stripes? These Jonathan Adler salt and pepper shakers are so festive and happy; they certainly channel the joy of a circus. Plus, at a fun dinner party, you've got to bust out the fun shakers!
These porcelain spoons are so delicate with their soft muted colors; they would add just a bit of softness to a table setting. They were made in Helsinki, Finland in a small studio, so you know you're getting something truly unique.
This gold crescent bottle opener is unlike anything I have ever seen. Made in Japan, it has a simple shape that is enough to take off any bottle cap. Plus, the gold color instantly gives it a festive touch!