464 Asian Tabletop
Hand embroidery and Oriental table runner design. Made in India. Gorgeous Golden Orange color. Elegant complement to any room.
Perfect as a server. Crisp geometric details. Crafted of engineered hardwood & veneers. We love to layer in Asian-inspired pieces like our Lily Console to give any room a global, collected flavor. Designed in the timeless Chinoiserie style, it's hand finished all the way around, so you can float...
For the true taste setter, a super fun set of Palm Beach style herringbone patterned dinnerware. The set includes 16 chowder mugs and 11 salad plates.
Beautiful blue and white footed ironstone tureen with handles and floral pattern. Blue and white ceramics are a staple in home decor. A piece will add instant classic elegance to your vignette.
This elegant and graceful cast iron tea pot was inspired by highly-prized antique Japanese cast iron tea pots that are still in use today.
This is a hand painted precise detail porcelain bowl with ancient Chinese people gathering scenery inside and outside the surface.
These coasters from Kyototo come in an assorted set of four. Each coaster is double-sided: one side features a gray & white print with katakana and hiragana characters embroidered in red thread. The other side features sashiko-style embroidery in red or gray, in designs representing the four...
What could be prettier for your chinoiserie table than this set of turquoise glasses etched with cherry blossoms? They would also make gorgeous votive candle holders.
I'll try just about anything that means I don't have to pull out the iron. If that means my placemats are going to be made out of small river rocks, so be it.
If you're looking for more balance in your life, try this teapot in glass and bamboo. It comes with the stand, strainer and scoop.
Glass Teapot, Zen Style
This console has an old world Asian style that's beatiful, and lots of space that's practical. Two drawers for silverware and table linens, 12-16 slots for wine bottles, and lots of space on top to spread out...your spread!
Bamboo flatware is so, so chic. You'll want to use it as your everyday set once the holidays are over. These have definitely been on my wishlist for a long time — perhaps I need to spring for a set this year.
This Reed & Barton stainless steel flatware is made to look like bundles of bamboo. It's very chic and dishwasher safe, and they don't need polishing.
There are lots of vintage teacups with blossom designs, but I like this lustered version with the unusual color combination of purple and apricot.
"Citrus Green" Beautifully painted by hand in India. 53" Round Tablecloth. Dupion Silk fabric. Great complement for the holidays.
I love the dramatic impact of Florence Broadhurst's timeless black and white floral pattern; I'd collect a set of these tidbit plates and hang them on the wall.
Make a statement on your dining table with this stunning Asian bowl in solid brass. Impressive in size, this bowl is 5" deep and 12" in diameter. The exterior, recently polished, features Asian calligraphy mounted for a beautiful bas relief effect. The interior shows its vintage patina as this...
A versatile serving tray and bowl. How great would it look sitting on a marble kitchen island?! Add oranges and lemons for instant zest!
Break out the good stuff! This vintage ram head wine holder in copper with a decorative design on the back is luxury at its finest!
Kanpai! This is an authentic pre-war Japan saki jug. It would have been used to transport saki from the company to private customers and restaurants in the 19th and early 20th century.
Mottahedeh's Imperial Blue is another great classic, and it mixes beautifully with the Blue Dragon china. Every color of tablecloth, napkin and flower looks great with blue and white china.
Mottahedeh's Blue Dragon china is a timeless classic, yet it still has a bold and modern feel. You will never tire of this wonderful blue and white pattern.
This gorgeous bowl literally glows. Made from hammered bronze and gold leaf, it adds metal and an exotic touch to any surface in your home, whether you use it in the dining room or on the dresser to old your jewelry.
A beautiful Japanese kiri-wood hibachi with original copper liner used to hold burning charcoal. Made in the Meiji period, 1868-1912. The bowl features richly grained kiri wood. It is a useful size for a planter or for use in ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement. Signed. 13" W x 8.5" H
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