A time for feasting, friends, family, and autumn weather. To many, Thanksgiving is one of the most wonderful times of the year. Marking the beginning of the holiday season, Thanksgiving is a time to gather and give thanks, the commencement of a time of togetherness and cheer. This merry sentiment practically necessitates delicious food and wine with one’s company, particularly one a day that evokes images of warm pumpkin pie and roasted turkey stuffed with dressing. And any perfectly dressed bird requires an equally well dressed table - perfectly cater to your company’s needs on this grand feast day with classic and elegant tableware.
From one of the premiere silver manufacturers in America, Tiffany & Co. flatware services are sure to be the perfect addition to any Thanksgiving spread. Gaining immediate attention after introducing their first sterling silver flatware pattern in 1847, Tiffany & Co. has prevailed in dining sophistication. This 664-piece set for 12 epitomizes what Tiffany flatware is best known for: elegance, durability, and prestige. Handcrafted in the English King pattern, this service reflects the elaborate entertaining styles of the Gilded Age. In this set, there is a piece for every dish imaginable, including orange spoons and knives, and even a cheese server. As made evident by this extraordinary service, Tiffany & Co. sets the standard for American elegance in dining.
No table setting is complete without stunning, supple lighting. This outstanding pair of 18th century Rococo style silver candlesticks would be the perfect finishing touch to any table. Crafted and marked by the English silversmith Alexander Johnson, these candlesticks reflect the renowned grandeur of the Rococo style. They feature ornate, deeply chased decoration of natural forms such as rosettes, acanthus, shells, and palms – opulent motifs typical of the Rococo style. Tasteful with a touch of exuberance, this pair of candlesticks encapsulates the sensational style of 18th century Rococo.
No fine feast is complete without after dinner coffee. This Martele four-piece coffee service by Gorham was deeply inspired by the Art Nouveau movement, a style that was characterized by swirling organic forms. These aspects are evident by the curvilinear handles of the sugar bowl and creamer, the delicate swirl of the coffee pot spout, and the embossment on the whole set of foliate and floral designs. As some of the most highly collected silver in the world, the Martele line of the popular Gorham Silver Company exemplifies tasteful style, and would be an elegant addition to any Thanksgiving gathering.