Collection: Tableware and Serveware

Tableware and serveware encompass a broad range of items used for serving and presenting food and drinks during meals or special occasions. These items not only serve a functional purpose but also contribute to the aesthetics and overall dining experience. Here's an overview of tableware and serveware:


  1. Plates: Flat, round, or oval dishes used for serving main courses, appetizers, or desserts.

  2. Bowls: Often round vessels used for serving soups, salads, pasta, and desserts.

  3. Dinnerware Sets: Coordinated sets of plates, bowls, and sometimes mugs or cups designed to match in style and color.

  4. Flatware (Cutlery): Utensils used for cutting, preparing, and eating food, including knives, forks, and spoons.

  5. Trays: Flat surfaces with handles used to carry multiple items or serve appetizers and drinks.
  6. Salt and Pepper Shakers: Containers for dispensing salt and pepper at the table.

  7. Condiment Dishes: Small dishes for serving sauces, dips, or condiments.


  1. Platters: Large, flat dishes designed for serving and presenting main dishes or appetizers.

  2. Cake Stands: Elevated platforms for presenting and serving cakes and desserts.

  3. Pitchers: Containers with a handle and spout used for serving beverages like water, juice, or iced tea.

  4. Serving Spoons and Forks: Utensils designed for serving and transferring food from serving dishes to individual plates.

  5. Cheese Boards: Wooden or slate boards for presenting and serving a variety of cheeses.

  6. Tureens: Large, deep bowls with lids, often used for serving soups or stews.

  7. Beverage Dispensers: Containers with a tap for serving large quantities of beverages at events. Coffee Carafes, Coffee Pots.

Tableware and serveware come in various materials, styles, and designs to suit different preferences and occasions. They play a crucial role in setting the tone for a meal and enhancing the overall dining experience. Choosing coordinated sets or mixing and matching items can add a personal touch to your table settings.