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Divide the wealth. Serve three times the delicacies with this divided dish of fine china. With a delicate pattern of butterflies fluttering around their favorite flowers, accented with a few hovering bees and ladybugs, you'll get that lazy meadow feel no matter what you use it for.
Serve appetizers with a side of style with these glossy arches, inspired by the handy catering trick of using watermelon rinds for serving quick bites. Toothpick holes take the guesswork out of creating artful arrangements, while a clean ceramic plate spears the goods without the inevitable sogginess of end-of-party rinds. Four piece set: Three arches, one dish for discarded toothpicks....
The secret to effortless entertaining is choosing serving pieces that are as functional as they are stylish - pieces like our modern, wooden and ceramic chips and dip set. Place the bowl inside this high quality, natural acacia wood tray to serve up finger foods quite elegantly. Or use the bowl and the tray separately for chips, pretzels and other nibbles. Exclusively from RedEnvelope.
Take their nibbles to the next level. Set includes a mid-century inspired acacia wooden tray, two ceramic bowls and chic wooden serving utensils. Ideal for serving everything from cheeses and dips to bread, a ceramic tile centerpiece adds classic style that's easy to clean. It's an appetizer set suitable for any occasion. Exclusively from RedEnvelope.
Organization, with a side of style. Perfect for corralling keys, coins or other miscellaneous necessities, these wooden trays add a touch of mid-century sophistication to any countertop or coffee table. Each tray is made of acacia wood, a durable, color rich hardwood that has been used in furniture design as far back as the ancient Egyptians.