Monday, November 25, 2013

Centerpiece : Doris Lee's Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time to gather together with those you love.  A time to cook, talk, laugh, share, eat.  The scene in Doris Lee's Thanksgiving may be from 1935, but we can all relate.  A crowd in the kitchen, all devoted to their task, kids chatter, the heat from the oven, and those signature smells...

With these classic traditions in mind, we've chosen some products that cover the Thanksgiving Day basics- serve-ware, conversation starters, fashion, and decoration- with a bit of a modern update.  

Clockwise from left: Hand-Thrown Cream and Sugar Set | Poinsettia Silver Glass Bowl | Tree Houses Book | In Wilderness is the Preservation of the World Book | Doris Lee Framed Reproduction | Loop Candleholder | Textured Metallic Vases | Mirage Tie | Silk & Semi-precious Stones Necklace | Copper Foil Print Shawl

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