All the gear you’ll need to make an epic holiday feast
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Float the (Gravy) Boat
Form and function meet in this hand-thrown and -sculpted gravy boat. Add this piece to your Thanksgiving tablescape for a touch of unique beauty.
2 of 10Courtesy of Sur la Table
Flash in the Pan
Give your turkey the royal treatment this year with this chef-approved roasting panl. With a lifetime warranty, you’ll be using this product for years to come.
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Carve in Style
Prepare your bird with this vintage 1970’s Dansk Design carving set. Made in Germany, the set’s simple and elegant design is rich in history, which is fitting as you celebrate the Thanksgiving tradition with family and friends.
4 of 10Courtesy of Anthropologie
, from $68
This rustic earthenware platter, made in Italy, is available in two sizes and is the perfect vessel for Thanksgiving’s much-coveted side dishes.
A collection of silver-plated serving utensils that have you covered for a variety of needs this Thanksgiving, from ladling gravy to serving mashed potatoes to scooping ice cream to top your pie. With their timeless design, these are sure to become a dinner party go-to.
7 of 10Courtesy of Williams Sonoma
Apple of My Eye
Apple pie is a staple of any Thanksgiving feast, and why not make it all the more fun by baking yours in this Le Creuset cast iron and enamel apple-shaped pan?
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Takes the Cake
; 3 sizes; from $9.99
Dessert is arguably the best part of any meal, but Thanksgiving dessert is in a league of its own. These simple scalloped pedestals, available in three sizes, are just what you need to display your assortment of holiday sweets.
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Easy as Pie
A pie dish so pretty that you’ll want to get to the bottom of it! The hand-painted stoneware is microwave and dishwasher safe, and will surely brighten up your dessert table.
10 of 10Courtesy of Anthropologie
Nothing soothes a full Thanksgiving belly like a cup of herbal tea, making this floral foliage teapot, designed by artist Jen Garrido, the dessert course accompaniment you need.