Time to Gather: A Modern Tablescape

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October 17, 2013
When it comes time for the big feast, be ready with dinnerware, servingware, glasses and more all in seasonal style. This Dwell approved assortment will help you set a simple yet elegant and inviting table for your nearest and dearest.
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  Big Walnut BowlHandmade in Canada and finished with a natural oil/beeswax mixture, this serving bowl is a handsome addition to any tablescape.   Courtesy of: On Our Table

    Big Walnut Bowl

    Handmade in Canada and finished with a natural oil/beeswax mixture, this serving bowl is a handsome addition to any tablescape.

     

    Courtesy of: On Our Table

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  Bias Block : WalnutThis handmade walnut block is not only rich and beautiful but practical for catching juices when carving the holiday bird or roast.  Courtesy of: On Our Table

    Bias Block : Walnut

    This handmade walnut block is not only rich and beautiful but practical for catching juices when carving the holiday bird or roast.

    Courtesy of: On Our Table

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  SarjatonWe love this shallow serving bowl from iittala. The Tikki pattern is simple yet intricate and right on trend for the season.  Courtesy of: iittala

    Sarjaton

    We love this shallow serving bowl from iittala. The Tikki pattern is simple yet intricate and right on trend for the season.

    Courtesy of: iittala

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  Ultima ThuleThis perfectly icy pitcher is beautiful and elegant with a bit of whimsy. It would be great on any table regardless of time of year but adds an extra frosty sparkle to a wintery tablescape.  Courtesy of: iittala

    Ultima Thule

    This perfectly icy pitcher is beautiful and elegant with a bit of whimsy. It would be great on any table regardless of time of year but adds an extra frosty sparkle to a wintery tablescape.

    Courtesy of: iittala

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  Hakuji SendanThe Hakuji Sendan collection by Mori Masahiro for Saikai are simple and warm ceramics for daily life. Perfect for a family gathering.  Courtesy of: Saikai

    Hakuji Sendan

    The Hakuji Sendan collection by Mori Masahiro for Saikai are simple and warm ceramics for daily life. Perfect for a family gathering.

    Courtesy of: Saikai

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  Tritan White Wine GlassBy eliminating lead content from the glass composition and replacing it with titanium and zirconium, Schott Zwiesel has created a new crystal glass that is dishwasher-safe and break-resistant (truly!) with a diamond-worthy (well, zirconium anyway) brilliance and clarity.

    Tritan White Wine Glass

    By eliminating lead content from the glass composition and replacing it with titanium and zirconium, Schott Zwiesel has created a new crystal glass that is dishwasher-safe and break-resistant (truly!) with a diamond-worthy (well, zirconium anyway) brilliance and clarity.

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  Tritan Burgundy Wine GlassA classic design made with titanium and zirconium rather than lead making it dishwasher safe and break-resistant, the Tritan Burgundy wine glass from Schott Zwiesel is not only beautiful but practical for everyday use and large gatherings.

    Tritan Burgundy Wine Glass

    A classic design made with titanium and zirconium rather than lead making it dishwasher safe and break-resistant, the Tritan Burgundy wine glass from Schott Zwiesel is not only beautiful but practical for everyday use and large gatherings.

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  Fog Linen NapkinHint: Wash these once before using. They'll be so soft and pleasing you won't want to use anything else again. Iron only if you feel compelled to iron.

    Fog Linen Napkin

    Hint: Wash these once before using. They'll be so soft and pleasing you won't want to use anything else again. Iron only if you feel compelled to iron.

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  Rondo FlatwareStainless steel may be the modern flatware standard, but warm-toned metals are making a comeback. This line is designed by a Portuguese company schooled in the fine art of cutlery craftsmanship.

    Rondo Flatware

    Stainless steel may be the modern flatware standard, but warm-toned metals are making a comeback. This line is designed by a Portuguese company schooled in the fine art of cutlery craftsmanship.

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