The season of culinary indulgence is here. The nights have darkened and comfort is top of mind. There's nothing that says love as much as a home-cooked meal, let alone a home-cooked feast, which is one of the reasons we look so forward to Thanksgiving each year. However you celebrate - traditional, adventurous, friendsgiving-style or with generations of family from near and far - having the right tools is the first step. Even better, is having beautifully crafted pieces to cook, bake, set the table and the mood with.
Over the years, we've collected a thoughtful assortment of heirloom-quality kitchen and dining goods that stand the test of time. Something made with care is always in style and we love the idea of someone creating traditions using these same pieces year after year. Below is our roundup of Schoolhouse pieces for the three crucial elements of Thanksgiving prep: Cooking + Baking; Setting the Table; and The Finishing Pieces. A mix of new and old favorites, all of these work together, melding form and function to provide the groundwork for a stunning spread and celebration.
Clockwise: Gray Stoneware Spoon Rest: $28; Sori Yanagi Serving Set (spoon shown only): $64; Finex Cast Iron 1-qt Sauce Pot: $124; Stripe + Dot Dinner Napkin: $16; Blue Stripe Apron: $79-$109; Flock Kitchen Towel: $20; Finex Cast Iron 12" Skillet + Lid: $270; Ceramic Pie Dish: $28; Ceramic Pie Bird: $8; Petite Cast Iron Fondue Set: $118
Top to bottom: Blackline Collection: $22-$38; Stripe + Dot Dinner Napkin: $16; Cloth Cocktail Napkin Set: $28; 24 Karat Cutlery: $118-$128; American Modern Dinnerware: $28-$36; American Modern Vegetable Dish: $65; Copper Cup: $22; Brass Coaster Set: $38; Pocket Placemat: $22
Top to bottom: Enamel + Ash Cheese Dome: $58; Beechwood Nut Cracker: $28; Triangle Dinner Bell: $65; Matte Gold Serving Utensils: $28-$64; 8-Compartment Cafeteria Tray: $38; Sleepy Bottle Stopper: $45; Translucent Tea light: $18; Banded Porcelain Planter: $28-$54
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