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Celebrating July 4th!

Jun 26, 2015 1:52:32 PM

The 4th of July is such a fun holiday!  Mostly spent with friends and family outside at the BBQ, or as we say in the south "grilling out."  But for all of us its all things red, white and blue!  American flags, fireworks and great times!

Get your RED, WHITE & BLUE on with our Scavo Chargers!  Use them as serving trays, cake plates, or for cupcakes, or stay traditional and use them as chargers!

Regardless they will help create the spirit you are looking for!

Red-Great color because they can be used throughout the year, Christmas, Valentine's Day, or any day really!

Blue-Also a good choice, perfect with any white dinnerware or serving piece.

Antique White-Can't go wrong with this color, it will go with anything anytime!

Use our Burano Dinnerware with any of these chargers!

Summer Entertaining

Have fun celebrating our country's independence!

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Traditional Home October 2014

Sep 22, 2014 10:39:10 AM

We are thrilled to have our Natale Collection featured in the October 2014 issue of Traditional Home Magazine!

We would like to thank our stores that participated in the ad.  

They are all WONDERFUL stores and we are so lucky to have them as partners!

Alabama-Table Matters

Georgia- Boxwoods Gardens & Gifts & Josephine's Antiques & Fine Linens

Massachusetts-Purple Rome Home

North Carolina-Southern Season

New Hampshire-Evelyn Hill

New Jersey-Latona's Specialties

New York-la Terrine

Ohio-Solari Quintessentially Italian

Pennsylvania-FX Dougherty Home & Gift, Jane Leslie & Co & The Pink Daisy

Tennessee-Babcock Gifts

Texas- Bering's, Domain XCIV, Jackson's Home & Garden, Kuhl-Linscomb, Lane's on Austin, LMC Design Group & Maggies 

Mark your calendar's for September 27 for your chance to win a Natale Antipasti Dish during

Tradtional Home's 25 Days of Giveaways!

 

0 Comments | Posted in Blog By MaryAnn Hairfield