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Tabletop Tuesday | Add These New Items to your Table

We are excited to share with all of you some of our new items here at P.O.S.H. When we select new merchandise, we most definitely do not tread lightly and pick pieces that we feel are classics and will be around for a while. These three pieces in particular we are excited about they are each unique and fabulous in their own way!

Cut Crystal Blue Glassware

Crystal. Blue. Glassware. Those three words alone speak volumes, but when all combined they are extraordinary. And that is exactly how we would describe these Cut Crystal Blue Glasses. Very unique and beautiful, the champagne flute and wine glass are the perfect finishing touch to any chic tabletop.

Gold Lace Double Old Fashioned

To complete our Gold Lace Glassware collection we have added the Old Fashioned glass. An Old Fashioned glass is a short tumbler typically used for serving alcoholic beverages, such as Whiskey or an Old Fashioned cocktail (it is named after it after all). Round out your tabletop look with this glass and we are positive you will soon realize that it is the perfect finishing touch to the glassware set up.

Wood Scalloped Charger

These Wood Scalloped Oak Veneer chargers will add style and sophistication to any table design. They are unique in the aspect that their design can be transitioned into many different themes and can be combined with numerous different china patterns and in the end still look fabulous! Whether you are looking for rustic chic or whimsical elegance these wooden chargers are the perfect item to complete your table.

Our favorite pairing with these wooden chargers are the Blue + White China collection, as well as, the entire Sevres Collection of china. Since the charger is simple, using patterned china will add pops of color and a bold design to your table. To complete your table, pair with glassware and a great linen that will round out the look you are going for.

Come into P.O.S.H. today to rent these great items!

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