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Suzanne Sullivan @ Lenox Corporation 9 days ago • April 11, 2024 • 10:37 AM
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Suzanne Sullivan @ Lenox Corporation 9 days ago • April 11, 2024 • 10:37 AM
Want to step up your dessert game for you next gathering? We're loving these sweet and simple dough-bows! After prepping your pie according to your favorite recipe, decorate the top with simple bows created from long, thin scraps of dough. Scrunch the crust with your thumbs to give it a frilly, golden-brown border, then bake! 🥧🎀
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 30 days ago • Mar. 21, 2024 • 10:34 AM
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 30 days ago • Mar. 21, 2024 • 10:34 AM
A cup full of spring to welcome spring Some blossoms fresh from the garden are sitting in the Lowestoft Garden teacup and saucer, an updated version of our lavish design called Lowestoft Rose circa 1785. The design incorporates delicate flowers and an engraved 22 carat gold border.
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 44 days ago • Mar. 7, 2024 • 11:51 AM
The table is set for a beautiful Sunday Supper with our Bargello dinner service. This charming pattern has a contemporary vibrancy and versatility that belies its antique origins, adapted from English porcelain, circa 1810. Like the needlework for which it is named, it combines random dashes of red, green, blue, yellow, orange and magenta is a geometric patchwork enhanced by 22 carat gold lines.
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 57 days ago • Feb. 23, 2024 • 11:09 AM
We still have our New Year's resolution going, how about you? Eating healthy and serving it on a pretty plate helps! Chinoise Blue; this pattern is derived from 18th century Chinese Export porcelain. The simple leaf and ribbon borders in gold, cobalt and rust create a subtle yet elegant effect. This service is equally appropriate in a board room, formal dinner setting, or for a quiet evening at home.
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Kelly Wenzel @ Beatriz Ball 59 days ago • Feb. 21, 2024 • 9:46 PM
Beatriz Ball offers faux bamboo frames in gleaming silver and gold tones!

One look at these gleaming bamboo-inspired frames featuring the silvery hand-polished finish of Beatriz Ball’s signature metal and the modern and exciting proprietary gold-tone finish of Sierra Modern, and you'll agree that they are naturals for inspired gift-giving. Bamboo frames add a great "finishing touch" to any desk, mantle, or side table. 

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Martin Genut @ Ricci 61 days ago • Feb. 19, 2024 • 10:37 AM
Ricci Argentieri’s exquisite CASTELLO GOLD 18/10 stainless flatware, a testament to unparalleled elegance and sophistication. Crafted with precision and finesse, each piece is a masterpiece that seamlessly marries timeless design with opulent accents.

Adorned with 24kt gold accents, this flatware set exudes luxury and refinement, elevating any dining experience to new heights of grandeur. The radiant glow of the gold accents adds a touch of regal splendor to the...Read more of post

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Kelly Wenzel @ Beatriz Ball 63 days ago • Feb. 17, 2024 • 4:42 PM
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Kelly Wenzel @ Beatriz Ball 63 days ago • Feb. 17, 2024 • 4:42 PM
We love this trend!
Start thinking spring and setting the Easter table with this classic design style.
An updated classic, the Bamboo serving pieces and candlestick holders in a champagne gold tone are distinguished by naturalistic details, expert craftsmanship and stately proportions. Guaranteed to add a luxe look to any space, the bamboo pieces are a standout!  Add a touch of Palm Beach glamour to your dining table this spring. 
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 101 days ago • Jan. 10, 2024 • 2:08 PM
Don't hide your good dishes in the closet, use them! Our dishes are made from high fired hard porcelain, they are quite durable and dishwasher safe. Shown here is Golden Butterfly, the original of this distinguished dinner service was made in China for the East India Company during the reign of the Qianlong Emperor (1736-1795). Glowing against a starry sky of cobalt blue are golden butterflies signifying happiness. It became the personal dinner service of President ...Read more of post

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Ava Reinhold @ Annieglass 122 days ago • Dec. 20, 2023 • 3:25 PM
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Ava Reinhold @ Annieglass 122 days ago • Dec. 20, 2023 • 3:25 PM
All we want for Christmas is Gold Edgey ✨🎄
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 123 days ago • Dec. 19, 2023 • 3:19 PM
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 123 days ago • Dec. 19, 2023 • 3:19 PM
With a flower bud frozen in time and just a hint of color against twinkling gold and white, our openwork balls reflect the gentle sights of a glistening wintry landscape.

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