Holiday Gifts for the Entertainer

Thank the holiday entertainer in your life with a special gift for entertaining like wine glasses, serving plates and a fun fondue set.
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Chocolate Fondue Set, $15.95

Fondue rule #1: Dipper-droppers are responsible for the after-dinner cleanup. Better use a fondue pot that's easy to clean and cute enough that no one will mind scouring melted chocolate from it.

Striped Platter Tasting Party — Set of 13, $16.95

Serve up bite-sized morsels on this festive party platter. It's just the right size for serving holiday pudding or shots of eggnog. At a price this good, we say get two!

Splash Wineglasses — Set of 4, $35

A splash of color trickles down the stem of these playful wineglasses, adding a pop of color to the classic shape.

Galvanized Treat Pedestals, Short or Tall $38

Put dessert on a pedestal: Reminiscent of old pie plates, these handmade, galvanized metal stands bring 17th-century charm to any holiday party.

Imprinted Palette Egg Caddy, $24

Deviled eggs are a work of art when served on a caddy modeled after a painter's palette.

Retro Teapot, $39.95

Out with the old, boring metal teapot, and in with a new retro-styled stoneware pot. Hot tea is cool again.

Tasmin Platter and Dessert Plate, $28.95 and $12.95

Elegant desserts and hors d'oeuvres deserve to be served on rich crimson and gold plates of equal beauty.

Bamboo Serving Trays, $60

Serving guests becomes extra easy when using brightly colored, lightweight trays.

Double-Walled Monogrammed Boston Shaker, $29.95 + $7 to personalize

For those who like their drinks shaken, not stirred.

Salsabol, $16

Finally, a bowl that helps you eat. This bowl is designed to do more than just look cool — it actually prevents salsa from sliding off of chips.

Eggplant Casseroval, $39.96

Hard-core cooks and entertainers will appreciate this brightly colored casserole dish that does double-duty as a baking dish and a serving piece.

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