48 silverwares Products
- Set of two flour sack towels- Towel comes with matching ribbon and tag- Great for drying dishes and cleaning up!- Towel 30" x 30" featuring beautiful design by artist Mary Lake-Thompson.
Is gardening more her thing? Then this vintage silverware garden marker set is the perfect gift for her herb garden.
This set of charming and detailed pockets for silverware would be a great addition for a fun kids' Christmas table.
I love to use my husband's grandmother's silver on my Thanksgiving table, but if I didn't have those heirloom pieces, I would be creating my own set by purchasing this vintage silverware.
How sweet are these silverware pouches? Little touches can add so much to a place setting, and these tie in perfectly with a neutral tablescape.
What a charmingly simple idea! Place cutlery holders at each place setting, or bunch them all in a basket for a more casual buffet.
These hand-drawn recipe cards are pretty enough to keep on display all the time, not just when you are referencing your favorite recipes. Keep a few on the refrigerator for easy viewing.
So simple, but so smart! This cute little paper napkin has a slit in it that's just the right size for three pieces of silverware. You know when you're at a buffet and awkwardly holding onto your napkin and silverware? Well, this solves that problem — and makes an adorable place setting too!
The days of plastic silverware are behind you. With this smart caddy, you can display and transport your finest forks and nicest knives with ease. At your next garden party or barbecue, delight your guests with real flatware so they can dig into your meal with gusto.
Metalla Flatware Caddy
I used to be resistant to both dark dishes and gold silverware. Now I love both, especially this rich indigo platter.
It's called a bath caddy, which it would be great for. But you could also use this piece to hold silverware for a cookout or dinner party — or markers and crayons in your playroom!
Persimmon Bath Caddy
One of my lunch boxes came with a spork, and now I don't see the need for anything else, except chopsticks on occasion. This spork also has a knife edge, so I foresee swapping out the whole silverware drawer for these.
Lite My Fire Spork
Wrap up silverware and napkins or cookies and candy in these cute little chevron patterned paper bags.
These lightweight utensils are easy to transport outside and feel a little more seasonally appropriate than heavy silverware.
Versatile Mason jars with handles are perfect for storing silverware or serving up spiked lemonade, fruity iced tea or sangria during your backyard barbecue. The generous size ensures that guests stay hydrated, and they lend a vintage appeal to the event. Attach a ring with a blank tag so that...
I love mixing reds and gold. These napkins have great texture, and they’re a perfect backdrop for your silverware.
These red napkins with golden damask patterns are sure to steal the hearts of your stylish guests. Pair them with golden silverware and glassware, and be prepared for spontaneous compliments and excitement!
Don't forget the salt and pepper shakers. I seriously have a thing for antique silver, so this lovely set of vintage-inspired shakers is right up my alley.
Outdoor dining doesn't have to be ho-hum or break the bank. This flatware with clear resin is super chic and affordable.
Jelli Clear Flatware
Designed more for professional bakers, these little icing spatulas come in handy for all kinds of baking projects. I now keep mine with my silverware because I use them so often.
Classic hammered flatware that can be used as both casual utensils or matched with the fine ceramic dishware is a must. These World Market finds are a bargain!
So sleek. This set will make any meal look a bit more fancy. I really like the natural colored handles!
You spin me right 'round baby, right 'round, like a spinning utensil holder baby, right 'round, 'round, 'round. You know you're now humming that old '80s pop hit — admit it!
If I ever need a purely simple and modern set of cutlery, this would be my choice. These utensils will keep your table crisp and clean. The knives are definitely my favorite pieces. These are an eye-catching way to add a twist to your tabletop.
A set of pretty dessert plates is always the perfect finishing touch when hosting friends and loved ones.
Do you know where to place the wine glass at a place setting in relation to the water glass? Well I sure don't, so I know this table setting blueprint would come very handy when in need of a formal place setting — like that ever happens. Anyways, the diagram graphic style of this placemat set is...
Who doesn't enjoy a checkered picnic blanket on a warm summer day? But if you're not an outdoorsy kind of person, you can bring the picnic inside with this houndstooth utensil caddy.
This tin and wicker tray set is a clever and different way to plant. I think it's the perfect size and shape for a personal indoor herb garden. Do something different.
I love the cheerful apple green color of this flatware set. And hopefully the bright pop on the ends will keep them from getting tossed into the trash by accident — not that that's ever happened before.
Jelli Green Flatware
Serve up a little cheer (and label it as such) this holiday season. Recycled vintage wine tags are also a great gift idea.
This galvanized utensil holder could also double as a vase — stick cups inside for water and then fill with flowers.
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