Since year 18 is all about the porcelain, hello to these pretty homewares.
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And just like that, you're fast-approaching your 18th anniversary. It's hard to believe that you've been lucky enough to spend nearly two decades by your partner's side, but now it's time to celebrate. What better way to pay homage to your rock-solid relationship than with a gift tailored towards this specific anniversary? If you've been following the traditional anniversary gift list, you know that this year's present of choice should be made of porcelain. It's easy to see why the medium was selected for year 18: Luxe, elegant, and elevated, the high-end ceramic makes for the prettiest dinnerware sets, vases, and more, which makes it the perfect gift to give the person who's made your house into a home.
Not finding a ceramic-inspired gift you think your husband or wife would love? We've got you covered. Here, you'll find a curated list of ceramic homewares, jewelry, and more, and each item selected with a broad range of styles and tastes in mind. Shopping for a minimalist? Keep your eyes open for the following neutral, go-with-anything items, like bright white china and a gold-dipped porcelain necklace. If you're looking for something splashier, our bold favorites, including the prettiest tile house numbers and Chinoiserie ornaments, are the way to go.
Whether you're going searching for a new office desk set for him, or a pair of go-to earrings for her, there's something here that's sure to make your husband or wife feel special on this particular milestone. Ready to see all of the inspired picks? Click through to discover your love's 18th anniversary present.
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Gift her a complete table set—this Limoges porcelain kit includes dinner plates, salad plates, bowls, and mugs—that will elevate her day-to-day. Plus, it's luxe enough for entertaining!
Snowe 4-Piece Table Settings, $195, snowehome.com.
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You have so many photos of the kids displayed around the house, but when was the last time you printed out a pretty photo of just the two of you? This blue and white porcelain frame is special enough for your latest and greatest shot.
Williams Sonoma Blue-and-White Frame, from $70, williams-sonoma.com.
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She'll store everything from her engagement ring to her collection of jewelry from anniversaries past in this mod pink pod, which was designed in Copenhagen.
Julie Bonde Spherical Container in "Matte Pink," $168, theline.com.
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Looking to add a little bit of color to your china curio? This colorful, flower-covered dinnerware set will add a touch of spring to your tabletop, whatever the season.
Martha Stewart Collection 12-Piece Floral Dinnerware Set, $99.99, macys.com.
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Hand-painted to capture the classic style of blue-and-white Chinoiserie, these patterned porcelain ornaments will bring an artistic touch to this year's Christmas tree (that you'll pick out and decorate together, of course!).
Ballard Designs Chinoiserie Ornaments, $29 for set of 3, ballarddesigns.com.
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This gilded porcelain necklace is entirely hand-made—it's hand-cut, shaped, and dipped in 22K gold before it's glazed in the kiln—which means it's one-of-a-kind. An appropriate choice for the irreplaceable woman in your life!
PorcelainAndStone Gold-Dipped Necklace, $150, etsy.com.