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October 27, 2020
Wendy at Mottahedeh shared
How do you celebrate Halloween without getting all ugly and scary? Serve up orange and black.  Here we present orange and white and gold reflecting the changing colors of nature. Sacred Bird and Butterfly, in transparent oranges and sparkling gold accents, is a licensed product of Historic Charleston Foundation and can be seen in the famed Nathaniel Russel House.  While it arrived in America when America was colonial, it has endured for more than 200 years.  Serve a hot soup or hearty stew in the tureen and the cake plate will make your gingerbread look really good.  Don't be shy so please put it in the dishwasher on a low heat setting.  Our newest SB&B introduction is the service plate seen here.  It is paired with Mottahedeh's Chelsea Feather dinner plate and R. Haviland and C. Parlon's  hand-painted Lexington Caramel Dessert plate.  The only thing better to include is your meal.
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Jason Solarek picture
October 27, 2020 • 03:25 PM
Jason at Bridge:
Pretty

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