Guest Picks: Soup's On!
The warming rack for this graceful tureen ensures piping hot soup, well into your dinner courses.
Stoneware does an exceptional job at keeping food piping hot. In this gorgeous shade of red, this tureen a beautiful way to serve soup.
The touch of the past in this vintage French soup tureen is elegant and charming.
Clean and minimal lines make for a classic tureen with modern flair.
There's nothing more classic than a fleur-de-lis pattern. This ceramic soup tureen is traditional and stylish.
I love how this sleek tureen is inspired by a design from the 1920s. It was modern for its time, but it's timeless now.
Fiestaware has been around for decades, and it's no wonder. The colors are so brilliant and cheerful. I love this soup tureen in marigold!
Now these are darling: They're miniature dollhouse porcelain soup tureens! They may not work for serving, but they sure will make a little girl (and her dolls) very happy.
This piece of Polish pottery has such a charming pattern.
This is such a fun way to serve up artichoke soup, don't you think?
A monogram is always a nice touch, even on a soup tureen.
For individual servings, these double-handed soup crocks are like personal soup tureens!
This is a pretty (and more casual) way to bring soup to the table.
This lovely piece, with lines and curves that remind me of a pumpkin, would be a lovely way to serve autumn soups — or any soup all year-round.
Pewter never goes out of fashion, and neither will this soup tureen.
This hand-crafted pottery has lovely shades of green and blue that will surely blend into your tablescape.
For a more rustic style, keep soup and chili piping hot with this terra-cotta pot.
Stainless steel is classic in its own right, and this soup tureen is durable, elegant and ready to feed a crowd.
For the ultimate in elegance, this Raynaud gold and platinum soup tureen is guaranteed to turn heads.Next: Guest Picks: Soup Essentials
In classic white, with a ladle and fitted lid, this tureen will add grace to any meal.