Black Orchid Nut Bowl
Stainless steel and black nickel. 5"Dia. Imported.
Four Courtly Check Napkin Rings
Made of 12-gauge enameled steel with bronzed steel rim. Hand-painted Courtly Check?? design. Set of four; each, 2"Dia. Imported.
Olive Branch Triple Nut Bowl
From Michael Aram. Stainless steel accented with branches of beautifully oxidized bronze. 8.25"W x 8"D x 1.5"T. Imported.
From the 25th Anniversary Commemorative Collection. Made of stainless steel and natural bronze. Hand wash. 5.25"Dia. x 2.5"T. Imported.
12 Wilton Teaspoons
Exclusively ours. You're always ready for any gathering with this simply styled flatware close at hand. Its elegantly classic design is suitable for any occasion. Made of 18/10 stainless steel. Never needs polishing. Dishwasher safe. Each piece sold in sets of twelve. Imported.
20-Piece Sophia Flatware Service
Set the table the bright way with Sophia flatware. 18/0 stainless steel implements. Colorful acrylic handles. Select color when ordering. Imported.
Large Flower Market Compote
Enameled steel underbody rimmed in bronzed stainless steel. Decorated with hand-applied botanical transfers. Select color when ordering. Dishwasher safe; hand washing recommended. 12"Dia. x 7"T. Imported.
20-Piece "Raffaello" Flatware Service
Handcrafted flatware features a textural design. By Ricci Argentieri. 18/10 stainless steel. 20-piece service includes four five-piece place settings. Imported.
Courtly Check Utensil Holder
Handcrafted of 12-gauge steel. Rimmed in bronze stainless steel. Hand wash. 5"Dia. x 8.5"T. Imported.
Molten Frost 10" Bowl
Handcrafted of weathered stainless steel. Dishwasher safe. Due to the handmade nature, bowls may vary. 10"Dia. x 6"T. Imported.
Large Black Orchid Bowl
Hammered stainless steel with black nickel-plate orchid accents. Hand wash. Large bowl, 12.5"Dia. Medium bowl, 10"Dia. Each server, 10.75"L. Imported. About Michael Aram: Designer and craftsman Michael Aram (ah-RAHM) doesn't merely reproduce what he finds in nature??he enhances it. The emotional response to Aram's collections is intensified by the methods he employs. After studying art in new York in the late 1980s, he took what would be a life-altering trip to India. There, he discovered ...