Couture Spring 2012
  • Boska Holland Monaco Slate Lazy Susan
    For easy and fun entertaining, the Lazy Susan is the perfect solution for sharing cheeses, appetizers and desserts. This circular rotating cheese board from the Monaco collection means no more reaching across the table for your favorite cheese! Fits in nicely in any household. Features: Lazy Susan. Made of slate. Dishwasher safe. Monaco collection. Dimensions: Overall: 1.97" H x 11.81" W. Overall Product Weight: 2.76lbs.
  • Sinus Set of 4 Napkin Rings By Blomus
    Blomus stainless steel set of 4 napkin rings complement any table setting. Unique shape keeps napkins in place.
  • Calphalon 8.5-Quart Dutch Oven & Lid, Dishwasher Safe
    Warranty Information. Hard-anodized nonstick aluminum. Dishwasher safe. Imported. 8.5 Quarts. Manufacturer's lifetime warranty. Lids are glass.
  • Lipper International Acacia Serveware Flair Salad Bowl
    Features: Acacia Serveware collection. Perfect for all your serving and entertaining needs. May be used to serve cold or hot foods. Solid acacia hardwood construction. Dimensions: Overall: 4.5" H. Overall Width at Top - Side to Side: 12" Overall Depth at Top - Front to Back: 12" Overall Product Weight: 2.3lbs.
  • Biba Etienne side plate
    People also liked
    Biba Etienne side plate. This bold range has a vibrant gold stripe detailing on a black base creating a truly stunning retro modern look to your dining table. Porcelain. Handwashing is recommended. Not dishwasher safe. Not microwave safe. Not oven safe. Diameter 20 cm. Height 2.2 cm.
  • Royal VKB Fruit Bowl Stainless Steel
    Make a real statement on your table with this decorative fruit bowl in the shape of a water droplet. Use the droplet as a convenient handle to carry the bowl designed by Gijs Bakker.
  • ASA Selection Sale ASA Cuba Marone Espresso Mug
    Fine stoneware espresso cup with organic design and dark warm brown finish. Mix and match with other items from the Cuba Marone range of tableware.
  • Rosenthal Meets Versace Asian Dream Open Vegtable Bowl
    The most legendary figure of Asian mythology, the red dragon rises majestically from this fabulously opulent dinnerware from Rosenthal Meets Versace, conveying all its might and glory. Each piece features ornate golden baroque patterns and four small medallions representing the sun, and the Versace medusa decorates the background. Porcelain. Dishwasher safe. Imported. 1.5-Quart capacity.
  • Versace Tableware Versace Arabesque Creamer
    Arabesques Gold Creamer compliments the Sugar Bowl with its glamourous style with baroque detailing using four different tones of gold emanates a sense of tradition while adhering to the lavish style of Versace. The Arabesque Covered Creamer in this collection holds 0.20L and comes in a Versace giftbox.
    • 16" Tall Clear Glass Apothecary Jar by Home Essentials
    • Light yellow Lilac
    • Satellite True
    • Young and restless.
  • Chartreuse Green 50cl
    People also liked
    For centuries Chartreuse has been made by Carthusian monks who have guarded the secrets of its recipe, which comprises 130 different herbs and plants. Green Chartreuse was first produced in 1764, it was made as a milder version of the original elxir, which was said to have healing powers. The liqueur is still based on the original recipe, and still made by the Chartreuse monks near Grénoble. Tasting Note: On first nose of this liqueur there are lots of herbal aromas, these are followed by aromas of spice: cardamom, pepper, vanilla. The palate is rich and sweet, with a smooth finish.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres "Orsay" Tea Cup
    The Orsay Black/Gold tea cup by Philippe Deshoulieres features a delicate gold pattern set against a black background that subtly references Limoges. Inspired by the famous 19th century Parisian train station on the banks of the Seine, this collection is sure to add old world romance to your table setting.
    • Keep Calm and Eat CANDY, 5x7 Print (Featured in Hot Pink) Buy 3 Get One Free
    • Candy Coated Nails
    • How Safe Is Water In Swimming Pools?
    • SAS Cupcakes Fruit & Berry Cupcake Collection
  • Marchesa by Lenox "Spring Lark" Tea Cup
    Whimsical flowers and birds adorn the body of Spring Lark. The sweeping brushwork reflects the softness and beauty of a watercolor painting. Coral accents, sprinkled throughout the platinum-rimmed pattern, exude the feminine flair indicative of Marchesa. Bone china. Made in USA.
  • Red 4.5-qt. Stoneware Bubble & Brown Large Baker
    Feed a hungry crowd with the help of this Rachael Ray 4.5-qt. Stoneware Bubble & Brown Large Baker. This super-sized baking dish is specially designed to feed a crowd, whether the night's menu consists of cheesy baked tortellini, deep-dish chicken cordon bleu or ham and broccoli parmesan bake. Constructed from stoneware that heats evenly and bakes consistently, this dish is designed to coordinate with the other items in the Bubble & Brown lineup from Rachael Ray. It holds 4.5 quarts, making it great for cooking enough food to freeze the leftovers for future dinners, and it's pretty enough to bring straight from the oven to the table without the need to re-pan your entree into a serving dish. The microwave-safe design allows you to reheat leftovers right in the pan or use it for microwave cooking, and it's equipped with extra-wide handles that allow for safer transfers, even when you're wearing oven mitts. When mealtime is over, just pop this versatile stoneware baking dish into the dishwasher for quick cleanup. Features: Stoneware construction for lasting use in your kitchen. Makes 4.5 quarts of food to feed a crowd or freeze for later. Safe for use in microwave or oven safe to 500 degrees F for added versatility. Freezer safe for saving leftovers. Oven-to-table convenience for one-pot meals. Wide handles for easy transfers. Cleaning & Care: Dishwasher, Microwave, Freezer and Oven Safe. Material: Stoneware. Origin: China. Size/Capacity: 4.5-qt.
  • 3' x 3' Half Size Tatami Mat
    History of Tatami: Tatami mats come to you straight from the Far East, where they have been making Tatami for hundreds of years. Tatami mats started as floor coverings and were also used to make chairs or benches by placing several Tatami on top of each other. When they were first made, Tatami mats were seen as luxury items for the wealthy when most people had dirt floors. Another function of Tatami was to indicate rank. The most exalted members of a ceremony or gathering were given the privilege of sitting on the Tatami, while others sat on the wooden floor. Tatami mats are much more widely used today, but are still employed for Japanese religious rites and tea ceremonies. Tatami mats are constructed of Japanese Rush Grass with a double layer top for extra protection. The inside is a baked Dried Rice Straw Fill for strength and durability. Each mat is sewn with a black fabric border and bound with twine. A moisture resistant barrier is included in the foundation of the mat.