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Expert Advice: Registry Help from Elad Yifrach of L'Objet

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Elad Yifrach (above) is the dashing owner of L’Objet, a shop that our staff registry expert, Naomi, loves. (So does Claire Pettibone, who chose Fortuny bowls from the …

Registry Inspiration: Royal Crown Derby China

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When planning my parents’ 45th wedding anniversary party, not only did I find myself going to all my favorite wedding vendors, I drew inspiration from my favorite classic registry …

Tabletop Market: Royal Doulton

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I just love this pattern  from Royal Doulton! The folk art style is so uplifting and sweet…

Real Weddings Follow-Up: Lawren and Jesse, Part 2

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Lawren and Jesse’s California wedding is featured in our current fall issue. And as we gear up for our winter issue to debut, but first we had to …

Tabletop Market: Bernardaud

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This papyrus-leaf pattern, a reflection of the Napoleonic era when Egyptian-inspired styles were quite popular, is an updated version of a classic Bernardaud design. The charger and salad plate …

Tabletop Market Is Here!

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Tabletop Market time has arrived! For those of you that aren’t familiar, Tabletop Market is like Fashion Week for the china, flatware, stemware, and table-accessories world. It’s when …

Darcy's Idea of the Day

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When registering for china, consider mixing and matching for a more eclectic feel and variety you won’t tire of…

Darcy's Idea of the Day

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When registering, mix and match. Get classic white china and patterned pieces, and you can do classic, bold, or both…