534 tiered cake plate Products
I'm not a huge fan of tiered stands because they often come out very clunky, but I do love this concept of a tiered stand using vintage plates. There are so many possibilities for original design with this concept.
Why have just one dessert? This gleaming cake stand feels the same. It features three serving plates to hold a variety of sweets right at your table. A sleek handle allows you to easily carry the (empty) stand back to the kitchen.
Alessi Anna Gong Cake Stand
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It's a mini wedding cake in a pan! Now you can have your own wow factor when you serve tiered cakes to your guests. But don't let on how easy it was. Just soak up the praise and look humble.
Chicago Metallic Multitier Cake Pan
$32 Only 5 Left
Spiraling up to reveal the pastry of your choosing, this adorable set of pedestals will help you present your dessert in the utmost style. Whether it's pies, cakes or even donuts, everything will be elevated by this display.
Your guests look forward to your desserts, so serve them up with style. This simply elegant piece is designed to plate cake with a flourish and add a stately touch to your table and sideboard.
Don’t merely serve dessert, present it — and get all the "ooh" and "ahh" reactions you deserve. This charming glass cake plate boasts a dazzling dewdrop pattern on which to display your fresh-baked beauties.
If you understand how a waffle maker works, you are now a full-fledged baker with this pie and cupcake maker. Mix the batter, pour it into the mold and 10 minutes later, you’ll have Betty Crocker sweating about her future.
Emerilware Pie and Cup Cake Maker
$49.95 Only 2 Left
This durable cake server features the classic triangle-shaped head, so sleek slices stay intact. It also sports a sturdy handle, which lends you the confidence that you’ll transfer pieces to plates without a hitch.
Alessi Asta Cake Server
$38 Only 6 Left
Corral your cakes and other fine baked goods on a plate that shows you’re sweet on horses. This brilliant cast aluminum piece, topped by a glass dome, keeps treats fresh and looks beautiful doing it.
The color red is associated with passion, fire and beauty. Honor your salad or dessert with a scalloped, terra-cotta Italian-made plate. These plates make terrific everyday servings or fun to break out for big events. Bake a cake and invite the neighborhood over!
Ice cream and cake never had it so great! These wildly colorful paper plates, just the right size for after-dinner delights, will make your next celebration a stylish success.
Summon your wait staff, the hors d'oeuvres are ready to be served. This classic serving plate won’t chip, crack or retain odors. Dishwasher safe, it makes your life easier. Everything you put on looks better, including cakes, cheese and crackers, fresh fruit and appetizers. When it’s not working...
Revol Porcelain Basalt Round Plate
$54.95 Only 2 Left
Silvery branches twist and turn to create a stunning bowl stand that's a perfect centerpiece for a dinner or party buffet. Embellished with ornate vines and grapes, it's a piece of art on its own. Or, pair with the coordinating bowls, plates and accessories for the perfect festive serving...
How many times have your hot-out-of-the-oven cookies or scones or gingerbread men fallen through your old cooling rack? Not anymore. This professional cooling rack cools without breaking your delicate goods. Try it on top of a baking sheet to elevate fish or French fries to achieve a crispy finish...
Chicago Metallic Chrome Cooling Rack
$9.50 Only 5 Left
Nothing beats brownies fresh from the oven. This cute oven would be great for kids and parties. You could wow all the little ones with a fresh dessert every night. And the nonstick baking plates make cleanup super easy. What's not to love?
Like a decadent array of petits fours on a tiered cake stand, this side table will show off your most delicious accessories. Three stacked rounds of espresso African walnut will fit a lamp, clock or your favorite baubles and bits. If you dare, resist the temptation and leave it near bare for a chic...
Fenwick End Table
This tiered stand reminds me of ribbon and lace. Pretty and sweet, it has the usual prerequisites for a good cake stand.
The quality of these sturdy cake pedestals make them worth the investment. For a special party, you could obtain a few in varying sizes for a dramatic display.
This vintage three-tiered stand looks like an expensive antique. If you haven't inherited your grandma's tiered plates, get this one, and you'll get the chance to pretend you did.
This is the kind of cake stand to use when you want the treats to do the talking. Understated in its design, it has three shelves to ensure enough room for all your goodies.
This simple two-tiered cake stand was created by Ken Eardley, a designer with a background in textile design, hence the beautiful graphic motif that makes it absolutely unique.
A fun and modern take on the classic two-tiered stand, this is made with fine bone china and hand-decorated in England.
Mason jar chandeliers and lighting have been all the rage lately. I'm loving this upside down wedding cake shape.
This acacia wood stand would serve so many uses at a party, such as presenting little desserts or hors d'oeurves. Wooden dessert stands aren't very common, and this one is especially well made and functional.
Pretty in pink, this petal-colored, five-tiered, flower-inspired stand would be just the thing to show off some cupcakes or sugar cookies.
If you were looking for a reason to throw a garden party or host high tea with the ladies, this is it. When not in use for delicate tasty bites, I would use this to hold my jewelry.
This Victorian cake stand is everything one should be for a traditional presentation at its loveliest. Introduced in 1827, the Asiatic Pheasant design became the most popular pattern of the Victoria era.
Yes, you should "let them eat cake!" Actually it will be hard to keep them away from the cake when it is displayed on something as regal as this majestic horse cake plate. Handsome enough to stand alone as a centerpiece, this plate makes any dish seem tempting.
Takes The Cake Plates
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Birthday cake takes on an otherworldly look with this enticing piece. Cloaked in glass, the illusion of a perfectly pink treat floats inside, watched over by a little bird straight out of Poe. It's a work of art that inspires both the brain and the stomach.
Ghost Cake Plate/Lid
Blue and white is a classic combination. This looks vintage, so it can be the perfect tray for cupcakes or macarons.
Show off your baking prowess with a stand that holds double the delights. Set one of these out in front of visitors and you've got some happy guests.
Two-Tier Cake Stand
This platter takes the cake! Even better, it keeps treats fresh and moist beneath its accompanying dome. You’ll wonder how you ever did dessert without it.
Light, clean, well designed and very functional, this one would even work to serve little sandwiches on.
It's a domed cake stand, no it's a punch bowl — it's both! This piece is so smart and so multitasking.
I love the scroll-like feel of this dome and stand. It makes me think of cappuccinos, croissants and bistros.
If you're not so interested in putting your cake on a pedestal, this cake plate would still elevate your baked goods.
I'm not much of a baker, but that hasn't stopped me from coveting cake plates. Here's the secret: You don't actually have to bake whatever you perch atop one. A dessert from the local bakery looks way better when showcased on a pedestal, and if it also gives the illusion that you slaved away in the...
Perfectly sized for a piece of wedding cake! Feed each other for the first time as husband and wife and then get reminded of your marital bliss each and every time you use the dish. It can even be customized with your names and wedding date!
Scalloped cake plates look great displayed on open shelving in a kitchen or on bookshelves. These come in various sizes for easy stacking.
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