Aluminum Serving Piece

Weathered-Wood Platter & Bowl

$125.00
Weathered-Wood Oval Platter
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Dinnerware Holders

$100.00
G G Collection 11" Dinner Plate Holder Designer About GG Collection: GG Collection is the brainchild of two friends, Dixie Harrigan and Leigh Anne Baysinger, who wanted to make accessories for those who prefer classical decor to modern influences. Together they started a movement for the revival of the classic European style, beginning with Tuscan-inspired canisters and spice jars, then expanding to include dinnerware and other decor. Their creative combination of metal, stoneware, and ...
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Large Oval "Antique Copper" Tray

$185.00
GG Collection Large Oval "Antique Copper" Tray Details Beaded rim and hammered texturing. Handcrafted of stainless steel and cast aluminum. Antiqued-copper finish. Wipe clean. 26"L x 16.25"W x 2.5"T. Imported. Designer About GG Collection: GG Collection is the brainchild of two friends, Dixie Harrigan and Leigh Anne Baysinger, who wanted to make accessories for those who prefer classical decor to modern influences. Together they started a movement for the revival of the classic European ...
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Wood Tray with Metal Inlay

$170.00
GG Collection Wood Tray with Metal Inlay Details Handcrafted of wood and aluminum. Wipe clean. Due to handcrafting, finishes may vary slightly. 30"W x 12"D x 5"T. Imported. Designer About GG Collection: GG Collection is the brainchild of two friends, Dixie Harrigan and Leigh Anne Baysinger, who wanted to make accessories for those who prefer classical decor to modern influences. Together they started a movement for the revival of the classic European style, beginning with ...
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Hammered Ice Cream Bucket

$85.00
GG Collection Hammered Ice Cream Bucket Details Designed to hold a pint container of ice cream. Handcrafted of aluminum, brass, and stainless steel. Hammered copper finish. Hand wash. Sold individually; each, 6"W x 5"D x 6"T. Imported. Designer About GG Collection: GG Collection is the brainchild of two friends, Dixie Harrigan and Leigh Anne Baysinger, who wanted to make accessories for those who prefer classical decor to modern influences. Together they started a movement for ...