great soup tureen made entirely of silver, it takes the form of a giant clamshell on whose fluted lid are piled the ingredients for a rich stew. This amazing culinary showpiece was made between 1735 and 1740 by craftsmen under the direction of Juste-Aurèle Meissonier, the French designer who is considered the father of the Rococo.
This glass swoop bowl with an arrow design is hand made from fusible raw sheet glass powdered glass and frit by a craftsman working from her studio in St. Charles MO. This piece measures 8.5" x 5.5" x 2". Please Note: Each item is hand crafted and will vary slightly from the photo. Glass Swoop Bowl by Artifacts Gallery. Home & Gifts - Home Decor - Dining - Serveware Ohio
Oversized American Craftsman (Cowboy Style) Copper Coffee Pot | From a unique collection of antique and modern platters and serveware at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/platters-serveware/
Shop copper teapot. Hand-hammered by craftsmen in India, each copper-plated stainless steel teapot varies slightly in tone and texture. Unpretentious cylinder shape lays low to let the copper shine. For steeping and serving.
Fine Fountain by Pierre Plate, 1713. H: 64cm, W: 41.4cm, 12.8kg. This wine fountain would have been prominently displayed on a sideboard. It was used to rinse wine glasses before they were refilled to guests at the dining table. The maker, Pierre Platel, was a prestigious Huguenot goldsmith to whom Paul de Lamerie, later the most successful smith in London, was apprenticed. Victoria & Albert Museum.
Firenze Tray in Décor: Handpainted by Italian master craftsman trained in Florentine decorative techniques, the intricate florals and filigrees make for a breathtaking backdrop for any type of display. An exclusive BHLDN collaboration with Sezzatini. For decorative use only: not food safe 17" diameter Poplar wood Gently hand wash Handmade in Italy