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Set in Style

A feast for the eyes in silver, gold and bold new hues, these stunning serving pieces are sure to get the conversation started

Front to back:
ARRONDI CAKE SERVER by Aaron Johnson; at Nambé, nambe.com
BLACK CAKE STAND by Martha Stewart Collection; at Macy’s, macys.com
MANGO WOOD SMALL PLATE by Williams-Sonoma, williamssonoma.com
GILDED TWIG STEEL NUT DISH by Michael Aram, michaelaram.com
NEWPORT GATE DIP BOWL in Coral by Jill Rosenwald Studio; at Ashley Campbell, ashleycampbell.com
GOLD CIRCLES BULLET BOWL by Waylande Gregory Studios; at Slifer Designs, sliferdesigns.com
PEBBLE CHARGER in Antique Turquoise by Z Gallerie, zgallerie.com
RECYCLED GLASS SQUARE PLATTER by Abigails; at Revampt Goods, revamptgoods.com


Front to back:
STEMS SALAD PLATE by The Cellar Dinnerware; at Macy’s, macys.com
SONNY'S DECORATIVE PLATE by Natalie Martin Studios; at Element, element-home.com
PARK CITY SQUARE ACCENT PLATE by Lenox; at Bed, Bath & Beyond, bedbathandbeyond.com
ST. KITTS COUPE ACCENT PLATE by Kate Spade, katespade.com
MODERN GRACE SERVING PLATE by Villeroy & Boch, villeroyboch.com


From top layer to bottom:
CHISEL DOUBLE OLD-FASHIONED GLASS in silver by Z Gallerie, zgallerie.com
SOIRÉE CHAMPAGNE GLASS by Posh, poshindenver.com
BLUE BOMBAY SAPPHIRE BOWL by Diana Branscome; at Revampt, revamptgoods.com
HAND-BLOWN GLASS DISH at Slifer Designs, sliferdesigns.com
BARTON BOWL at HW Home, hwhome.com
SPRUZZO SILVER CHARGER by Z Gallerie, zgallerie.com
DORE GOLD TEAPOT (from nine-piece tea set) by Teavana, teavana.com
STAINLESS-STEEL TRAY by Room & Board, roomandboard.com

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