FRENCH RUSTIC Slightly less gutsy than full-on American rustic, these French country pieces say country à la française. The traditional bubbly Biot wineglasses, also available in clear and other colors, are $55 each at A Mano, 1677 Wisconsin Avenue NW; 202298-7200, amano.bz. The Parisian Pom Pom napkins ($58 for a set of four) and mercury-glass votive lights ($24 a pair) are from MintwoodHome, mintwoodhome.com. The antique French creamware plates ($55 each), antique French silver-plate-andivory flatware (service for 12, $250) and antique French open-work bowl from Sarreguemines ($150) are all from Daun Frankland through parisatmyfeet@ hotmail.com. The extremely antique French rustic pine table is long (8 feet 3 inches) and narrow (29 ½ inches), and on wheels, and is $1,100 at Catharine Roberts Antiques, 1657 Wisconsin Avenue NW 202-338-7410.
GLITZ AND GLAMOUR These gold-trimmed tabletop pieces provide the glitter we love on holiday tables. Sitting on gold-plated-porcelain charger plates by Versace for Rosenthal ($280 each) are Bernardaud’s 150th-anniversary gold-trimmed “Kintsugis” dinner plates, by artist Sarkis, $1,905 for a set of 12. The “Kintsugis” cup and saucer at right is $555. The Bernardaud “Ithaque” soup bowl in foreground is $110. The crystal Versace “Beauty” napkin rings are $225 for four. In the center, the footed cake stand is “Venise” from Bernardaud, $590. The cranberries sit in a shallow Baccarat crystal bowl, $235. In the foreground, the gold-coated flatware is “H-Art” by Sambonet, $140 for a five-piece place setting. “Caton” knife rests from Saint-Louis Crystal are $50 each. The Moser glass nut bowls are $175 each. In the foreground stand Moser 24k-rimmed “Casanova” goblet ($330) and red wine ($310). Behind them, the stepped-crystal “Oxymore” stemware is from Saint-Louis ($215 and $235). All available at Consider It Done, 7806 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda; 301-654-8690, consideritdoneboutique.com. 10 | FashionWashington.com | November 2014