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Toast: Jan Barboglio

Today we toast metal artist Jan Barboglio. When you see a serving piece from Jan Barboglio, you know you are seeing artistry at its finest. We’re talking hand worked, hammered, sanded, and hand finished products renowned for their superb quality and style. The literary romantics in us can trace the landscape of Jan’s own journey through each piece – the artisan traditions of her native Mexico to the sophisticated aesthetics of Dallas. This Texas designer’s beautifully rustic approach to design ensures each handcrafted piece holds its own stunning irregularities, adding a truly unique look to each individual piece. In our opinion, you can simply never have enough Jan Barboglio on your tabletop. We love using our Jan Barboglio charger as a foundation for layering everything from our Mottahedeh Tree China and Exotic Bird Collection to the basic catering collections. If you have a personal china pattern, pairing it with this hammered charger further creates a customized look that lends Jan’s distinct beauty to your tabletop. Add in our Jan Barboglio serving collection for a large dinner or event, and you’ll have an ample amount of Southern charm for your next feast.

1. The beautiful metal artist Jan Barboglio. Canasta Vine with glass insert and iron stand and hammered charger from Jan Barboglio.

2. The Jan Barboglio Service Collection available at POSH Couture Rentals.

3. A luxe layered look designed by Branching Out for the Christmas in July event at The Crescent photographed by John Cain Photography: Jan Barboglio hammered charger, Copper glass charger, Peach Barral Antique Sevres Collection dinner plate, Silver Bead glass charger, Exotic Bird salad plate, 24 Karat flatware, Elise Cut Crystal glassware, and Exotic Bird tea cup and saucer. See more photos of this event here.

4. The Jan Barboglio hammered charger with the Exotic Bird dinner plate and hemstitch linen for a DFW Events designed reception photographed by Joseph Mark Photography. See more images here.

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