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Summer entertaining made easy! The key to setting an amazing table... balance and layering! Let the parties begin! #skyrosdesigns 
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June 5, 2021 • 01:04 PM
Jason at Bridge:
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We’re obsessed with Cantaria layered in White (shiny) and Matte White!!🤍
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Cantaria, which means stonework in Portuguese, aptly describes this masterfully created collection. The organic shape and hammered texture offers a traditional look, or a sophisticated, modern elegance. Mix, match and play, the 13 stunning colors complement each other when layered. Simple, timeless and pure perfection definitely describes the Cantaria Collection. Handcrafted in Portugal ...Read more of post

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Wendy at Mottahedeh
November 30, 2020
Holidays and family meals are better with gravy, say we.  It can be a cocunut milk and curry sauce, or something to go with the poultry or beef to name a few types.  Our grandmother used to kid us and say "Please pass the grease."  This is not your grandmothers's dinnerware, however, because Indigo Wave was created by Mottahedeh in 2003 by using an antique rim soup bowl collected by Mrs. Mottahedeh as inspiration and then the various elements of ...Read more of post

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Set a casual tablesetting by inviting  nature (LOTS of fern!!) to the table and using our  Nymphea white dinnerware & Altea/Helios ivory flatware 
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Rachel Moogan at Rosenthal
May 19, 2020
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Rachel Moogan at Rosenthal
May 19, 2020

Rosenthal’s new Heritage Turandot collection is inspired by the famous Turandot opera by Giacometti Puccini, paying homage to the 18th century chinoiseries.
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May 19, 2020 • 10:33 AM
Jason at Bridge:
love this pic and setting
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Rachel Moogan at Rosenthal
January 7, 2020
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Rachel Moogan at Rosenthal
January 7, 2020

Oskar dinnerware evokes the spirit of Bauhaus with four geometric motifs formed by opposing curves in gold and black



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January 7, 2020 • 04:23 PM
Jason at Bridge:
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