12 Silver Pieces to Add to Your Registry
Don’t save the good stuff only for special occasions or relegate it to a cupboard. Display these stunning items to elevate the everyday.
Your wedding photo deserves a home as special as Martha Stewart Collection’s beveled silver-plated frame (macys.com).
Even basic angel-food cake looks more heavenly upon Hoffmann’s silver-plated “Rundes Modell” server (neuegalerie.org).
Buccellati’s sterling-silver leaf dishes make chic paperweights or catchalls (212-308-2900 via MyRegistry.com).
Pottery Barn’s silver-plated box is engravable -- and perfect for storing watches or bracelets (from $30, potterybarn.com).
Acrylic handles add Art Deco flair to Kate Spade New York’s “Stanton Place” silver-plated cocktail tray ($125, lenox.com).
Reed & Barton’s pretty silver-plated ice bucket has a protective plastic liner ($250, gearys.com)
Keep beloved baubles on Christofle’s “Vertigo” silver-plated tray ($320, christofle.com).
Look like the ultimate hostess with this debonair Bergdorf Goodman vintage silver cocktail shaker in hand (bergdorfgoodman.com).
Future special occasions become more momentous with Williams-Sonoma’s monogrammed “Holbrook” cake set (williams-sonoma.com).
It might seem impractically fancy, but Ercuis’s "Ancien three light candelabra" is actually dishwasher-safe (blisshome.com).
Once used on luxurious ocean liners in the 1930s, Ercuis’s "Transat" jug adds glamour to the contemporary home (blisshome.com).