From platters, to cheese knives, diffusers, to guest towels, we can help you get ready for your guests, or wrap up the perfect hostess gift to take with you.
Mackenzie-Childs was originally known for tabletop, furniture, and home décor, now recognized as a full lifestyle brand. Recent additions include personal accessories, pet products, children’s gifts, linens, and more. Just one item will make a great statement. Or layer their looks to achieve a truly personal style of your own.
Made in Portugal, Calaisio serving pieces & place settings are as durable as they are beautiful. A terrific foundation for other collections, or a simply elegant stand alone, Berry and Thread is our most popular pattern, but that’s just the beginning of colors & motifs we can special order for you.
It was the colors and a trip to India that captivated Julia Knight and drove her to design serve ware and entertaining accessories and to a rarely used process of fusing colored enamels to the aluminum. These gorgeous gifts are food safe, fun to layer, great décor pieces, and hand painted.
Pewter, glass, monogrammed, these are just a few of the unique features of Vagabond House. Full of personality and detail, these pieces will delight on the daily table, or the special occasion spread.
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We carry a variety of Laguiole spreaders, cheese knives, forks, steak knives, bottle openers, wine openers, and more, in a variety of colors imported by La Maisonette. Works well paired with many other of our platters and serving pieces. Also a great gift with cocktail napkins.
Classic oversized European flatware is fashioned in heavy stainless steel, accented with durable plastic handles with an elegant sheen. Created in Italy by skilled craftsmen, all pieces are dishwasher safe. Available in a variety of colors by Rosanna.
Caspari is a respected publisher of exquisitely designed and printed paper products, with a reputation earned over the past sixty years by reproducing the work of established artists and museums from around the world. While the company has grown considerably since 1945, it continues to work with the same European printers and suppliers who originally collaborated with H. George Caspari.
Michael Aram is an American born artist who works primarily in metal. After studying fine art and living as an artist in New York in the late 1980’s, Aram took what would later be a life-altering trip to India where he discovered rich metalworking traditions. Each piece is entirely handmade with no two examples ever exactly the same. The handmade quality of the work allows it to shift beautifully between the realm of fine and decorative art.
Every day is cause for celebration! With Nora Fleming serving pieces, it’s easy to change the theme. The charm slips right out for flat storage, or a totally different look. From holidays, to seasons, to special occasions, collect one of each to show you are the Hostess with the Most-est!
Terrafirma Ceramics is a working pottery studio located in New York City, founded in 1980 by artist Ellen Evans. Patterns are created by painting through textiles and lace using liquid porcelain to produce a distinctive “one of a kind” result. Terrafirma products are made entirely by hand and kiln-fired to extremely high temperatures, giving each piece great durability. Each collectible, copyrighted design is signed & dated. All Terrafirma is food safe and completely dishwasher safe.
The vines they use to construct them — called “vignes d’eau” or water-vines — only grow in remote mountain jungles and are very difficult to reach and challenging to harvest. However, once reaped, the vines grow back quickly, leaving no damage in their native forests. At a mere 3 millimeters in diameter — barely one-fourth as thick as typical rattan — the water-vine takes 1-7 days to hand-weave into a finished design but yields a substantially more durable, heat-resistant and elegant Calaisio products made in the South Pacific.