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Traditional Home-Nov/Dec 2015

Nov 11, 2015 11:28:36 AM

We are thrilled to be in the pages of Traditional Home Magazine in their Nov/Dec Issue on newsstands now!

We would like to thank all our wonderful stores that participated in the Ad.  If you are in their area stop in and SHOP LOCAL this holiday season!


Ladera Garden & Gifts-Portola Valley

Misto Lino, Danville and Lafayette

Stephanie Grace, Santa Monica

House of Mosley, Bakersfield


Casa Maria, Miami


Josephine's Antiques & Fine Linens, Alpharetta

Kathryn Leach Home, Atlanta


Tabula Tua, Chicago

Melissa Edelman Antiquaire, Highland Park


Sickles, Little Silver


la Terrine, NYC


FX Dougherty, Doylestown

The Pink Daisy, Yardley


Culinary Connection, Plano

Jackson's Home & Garden, Dallas

Kuhl-Linscomb, Houston

Lane's On Austin, Waco

The Pear Tree, Dalhart

1 Finezza Green Charger / 2 Natale Dinner / 3 Natale Salad / 4 Natale Pasta Bowl / 5 Natale Mug                                           / 6 Isabella Flatware / 7 Peltro Napkin Rings 

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Transition-Summer to Fall

Sep 2, 2015 9:26:41 AM

Labor Day weekend is approaching which marks the offical end to summer.  This is sad news to a summer lover like myself but I do enjoy the months ahead, cooler weather, the excitement of the holidays nearing, and speading time with family and friends.

These next few weeks are ideal for entertaining outside.  Here are our favorites pieces to transition from summer to fall!

image from The Gathering of Friends 

The Serving Platter

This is the best piece to entertain with because it is so functional and typically the center of the table; so let it be the WOW piece!  Our favorite platters to take you from summer to fall are Bella Bianca, Merletto and Medici.  They are neutural and work within your color scheme.

They are perfect when entertaining outside for your BBQ's or use them to serve family style and of course they are perfect for your Thanksgiving Turkey!

Other great choices are Finezza and of course Tuscan!

The Serving Bowl

Also a great piece it transitions from serving up delicious summer salads and veggies to warm winter/fall veggies like yams, and mashed potatos!  Show it off!  Don't tuck it away in your cupboard leave it on your counter for fruits and oohs and aahs! 

Favorites include Tuscan, Finezza and our NEW Autunno Fresco!


Another favorite is Bella Bianca!


This is always a fun category!  Our new Stout Glass is perfect for your favorite brew then later for a hot toddy or hot chocolate!


image from saveur.com                

Nothing says fall is on its way like our Animale Collection!  You just feel like putting on your favorite sweater and sipping your favorite Oktoberfest beer.

Cheers to the new season!

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Christmas in July!

Jul 16, 2015 12:11:28 PM

Although hot and sunny, July marks the 1/2 way point to.... you guessed it Christmas!  This July shop our Natale, the perfect collection for entertaining throughout the holiday season!  Its snowy trees and elegant berry border is timeless and sophicated.  We have introduced 11 new pieces into our Natale Collection this year, many of which, are in stock and ready to ship!

1. Oval Bowl with Handles/2. Spoon Rest/3. Round Bowl/4. Sauce Server/5. Footed Bowl/6. Canister

These pieces are BRAND NEW and will be in stock soon!  Pre-order now!

1. Rectangular Tray with Handles/2. Trivet/3. Rectangular Bowl/4. Oval Baker/5. Napkin Holder

Italian Artisan Handpainted Natale Canisters for Fall 2015

Whether you are collecting Natale for yourself or looking for the perfect gift these new pieces for Fall 2015 are perfect!

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Creating a Winter Table with Natale

Dec 12, 2014 2:29:28 PM

Creating a winter table with Natale is fun when you mix it up.  

See the collections natale/finezza/chianti

and don't forget about our Scavo Chargers!

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