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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 20 days ago • July 5, 2024 • 11:02 AM
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 20 days ago • July 5, 2024 • 11:02 AM
Our Palma dinner service is set out for brunch, I'm guessing no pajamas allowed at this table! Palma is a reproduction of a dinner service, circa 1840, designed by Fyodor Solntsev, the great Russian art historian, who painted interiors for cathedrals and designed much of the Kremlin under the patronage of Tsar Nicolas I. This lavish decoration incorporates the elements of a plate owned by Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich, dating to 1667 and inspired by the domes of magnificent ...Read more of post

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Annamarie Hall @ OLIVIA RIEGEL® 36 days ago • June 19, 2024 • 2:06 PM
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Annamarie Hall @ OLIVIA RIEGEL® 36 days ago • June 19, 2024 • 2:06 PM
Enhance your table setting with our new Ivy Napkin Rings, exquisitely crafted from gold-finished pewter featuring an elegant ivy vine pattern. Each ring is adorned with hand-set clear European crystals and faux pearls, and accented with celadon guilloché style hand-enameling. These napkin rings offer a touch of sophistication and sparkle, perfect for any dining occasion.

Set of 4
2" Dia. x 1.5"H
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Hali Vradelis @ VIETRI 36 days ago • June 19, 2024 • 10:16 AM
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Hali Vradelis @ VIETRI 36 days ago • June 19, 2024 • 10:16 AM
Blending soft hues of the sea and sand, Tartaruga's handsponged turtles bring coastal beauty to your summer table. 🌊🤍
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Robin Berman @ Juliska 49 days ago • June 6, 2024 • 11:52 AM
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Robin Berman @ Juliska 49 days ago • June 6, 2024 • 11:52 AM
Old-world details meet modern silhouettes. Mouth-blown bubbled glass, embroidered napkins, and gently sculpted ceramics with a hand-applied patina layer to create a warm and inviting moment. We believe the details matter.
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Casafina @ Costa Nova 70 days ago • May 16, 2024 • 2:56 PM
Get inspired by our Chickpea and Vegetable Tagine recipe. This one-pot meal, bursting with spices, transports us directly to Morocco. Our Marrakesh collection?... It is simply the cherry on top of this harmonious compilation.
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Robin Berman @ Juliska 71 days ago • May 15, 2024 • 1:58 PM
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Robin Berman @ Juliska 71 days ago • May 15, 2024 • 1:58 PM
While traveling the Nantucket coast, we were inspired by the beautiful coastline and the intricacy of nautical ropes. From there, this beautiful collection was born. I guess what we are trying to say is that this collection was born for summer!
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Hali Vradelis @ VIETRI 77 days ago • May 9, 2024 • 9:10 AM
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Hali Vradelis @ VIETRI 77 days ago • May 9, 2024 • 9:10 AM
With wedding season upon us and Mother's Day around the corner, set the stage for memorable celebrations with our elegant and sophisticated Pietra Serena and Rufolo Glass collections.
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Robin Berman @ Juliska 78 days ago • May 8, 2024 • 10:57 AM
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Robin Berman @ Juliska 78 days ago • May 8, 2024 • 10:57 AM
A chic little collection of essential entertaining pieces in shatterproof melamine and napkins.
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Casafina @ Costa Nova 78 days ago • May 8, 2024 • 10:23 AM
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Casafina @ Costa Nova 78 days ago • May 8, 2024 • 10:23 AM
Capturing the essence of nature and drawing inspiration from Moroccan landscapes, Marrakesh adds a sense of purity and authenticity to any table setting.
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 91 days ago • April 25, 2024 • 1:00 PM
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 91 days ago • April 25, 2024 • 1:00 PM
Fresh from the garden, Tulips and Hyacinth to brighten up this table featuring our new Sacred Bird and Butterfly dinner service from the Historic Charleston Foundation collection. This is an adaptation is from a Chinese export pattern of about 1800 and was intended for those who admired the sophistication of placing traditional Chinese motifs of birds, butterflies and flowers on European shapes.

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