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The cast-iron construction of this handmade piece mimics a vintage stew pot, but this one is just for decoration. Use this roomy vessel to house bulkier items (think blankets or wood for the fireplace). Then, pull it from its main use for the evening of the 31st to pass out candy to the neighborhood kids.
Bring some fall foliage into your home with this elegant two-toned serving bowl made of stainless steel with brass accents. Use it daily to serve salad or pasta, but on Halloween, fill it with mini wrapped candy to dole out treats in style.
Nothing says “Halloween” like a beautiful deep-orange vessel. This pumpkin-shaped baker can be a statement piece on a spookily decorated table—and a dessert server for all your other gatherings (it goes from oven to table).
This trio of scary-good bars consists of dark chocolate with cacao nibs and sea salt, milk chocolate with crackling candy, and milk chocolate. The metallic dusted chocolate arachnids make fantastic Halloween table centerpieces.