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Forget the fruit. This bowl stands all on its own. We'd proudly display it on our kitchen counters all the time for a shot of glamorous gold and fun pattern in the home's most-used room.
White Small Mod Zebra Bowl
Although I drink my tea black, I seem to be in the minority. Having a condiment set for cream and sugar is a necessity for my guests.
Large pitchers of lemonade, ice tea and lemon water are a must for barbecues and outdoor dining. Fill them with some fun ice cubes, and you're all set!
Sea Glass Pitcher
Throwing in some vintage pieces is a great way to create visual interest and variety in your home. Using these vintage pearly glass salt and pepper shakers with some new dishes and glassware would be a great look.
You can't have too few trays when entertaining for the holidays. I love the natural feel of this one, and you could use it for everything from serving fresh rolls to transporting napkins and silverware to the table.
Aurora Round Tray
These unique Ilala palm baskets, known as Tonga trays, are handwoven in Zambia and Zimbabwe by tribal Tonga women whose specialized skills have been passed down for generations. It takes several days to make each one; no two will be the same. Set includes three different sizes (approximately 12,...
African Tonga Trays
Deep Raven Bowl
Aren't these wood bowls a gorgeous touch of winter? I love their natural look; they are like works of art to me. I think they would look beautiful filled with walnuts and placed center stage on a coffee table.
If you are going to eat some real eggs this New Year's, these egg cups are a beautiful way to display them. They're made from Acacia wood with environmentally friendly techniques. The wood grain texture is so rich, and the design is perfectly simple.
I'm so drawn to this zebra print bowl. If I filled it with fruit and put it on my countertop, I'm sure I would eat healthier snacks.
Wood Zebra Bowl
Have you ever wondered what a piece of driftwood that you saw on the beach would look like as a refined tray? This one is the perfect example. It has a more streamlined look of driftwood while still keeping the natural feel.
I'm not usually one for pieces that are too themed, but I actually can't get enough of these heirloom pumpkin serving pieces. I love the range of colors and shapes.
These reclaimed oyster boxes have the most beautiful patina. Sturdy with well-placed handles, these could have a hundred uses.
Vintage Wooden Trays
This natural and rustic four-section tray is as functional as it is beautiful. Each piece is crafted by hand from roots or stumps found in nature and finished with a food-safe lacquer. Each piece is unique and will vary from those shown. 12L x 16W x 2T.
Exquisitely designed, the Pastry Keeper, an embossed octagonal aluminum tray that holds a glazed ceramic plate, is covered by a gorgeous glass dome adorned with antiqued metal accents. Fancy dress for the finest tables this regal GG Collection piece is sure to draw attention to whatever it displays.
These acacia bowls are so beautiful and simple. Designed by Fog Linen, they come in three sizes and would be perfect for storing any foods for the table because acacia resists moisture. They're a perfectly simple, rustic element.
Round Acacia Bowls
I love a throwback to standing in a grade school milk line. I also love disposable consumer goods turned into well-designed serving items.
Mouth-blown glass cake stands display holiday treats with panache. Made in Poland.Short, 10Dia. x 15.75T.Medium, 10Dia. x 19.75T.Tall, 10Dia. x 23.75T.
Medium Cake Stand
What got me about this cheese plate is that it's made from reclaimed chalkboards from an elementary school in Illinois. Sigh, I remember chalkboards.
This is such a beautiful piece. I love the look of hammered metal and this would look great filled with champagne flutes ready to serve at your next party. It's such a nice piece you could leave it on display even when not in use.
Showcase your baked creations (or those of your favorite bakery) with this cake stand. The cloche is topped with a happy little bird that acts as both a handle and sweet embellishment.
Not all functional things are pretty. Not all pretty things are functional. I believe I've found an outstanding compromise.
Buddha Belly Plate
No need to fight over the popcorn bowl! These happy popcorn bowls ensures that everyone has their own.
I love this blue swirled Turkish glass serving bowl! This would be so fresh and inviting filled with cut fruit.
Peacocks are a classic chinoiserie touch. This beautiful set of peacock salt cellars is made of pewter and comes with matching pewter feather spoons. Fill them with your favorite gourmet sea salts.
The ruffles make this Fleur De Lys Serving Bowl so feminine and sweet. The white glaze and square shape make it practical — and turn your favorite sweet potatoes into the star of the table.
If oiled bronze is your style, you'll love this antique dispenser with a pineapple finial. It even comes with a hollow rod to hold ice to keep your drinks cold longer.
I am seriously wowed by ceramicist Heather Knight's collection of pieces inspired by botanical forms and marine life. Her work reflects the details you might see under a microscope. These are called Scallop Bowls, and you can see the shape of this creature clearly defined. I love the ocean-colored...
The Blue Fluted Half Lace Collection was launched in 1775 by Royal Copenhagen. For over 200 years it has been in great demand all over the world. The hand-painted details and subtle textures really elevate this pattern to the level of art. Despite their beauty they are still strong enough for...