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Leisurely Sunday Brunch

Using sterling silver flatware is a way for you to express your personal style. It accents a Sunday brunch in the same way a silver buckle accents your favorite pair of jeans.

  • Relax: Sterling silver flatware can go right into the dishwasher if you remove it before the dry cycle.
  • Use straw mats to add a touch of country ease to your table.
  • Add napkins to accent your table — and remember that not everything has to match.

Treat your brunch guests to tasty hors d’oeuvres for individual bites of mouth-watering foods while the coffee is being made.

  • Create individual servings of quiche on forks and spoonfuls of yogurt and berries on a small serving tray to present at brunch.

From country home to city high-rise, sterling silver flatware adds modern comfort to a leisurely Sunday brunch.

  • Add contrast to the dinnerware using placemats and textures.
  • Create a relaxed note by adding handwoven and beaded mats to fine porcelain.
  • Bring serving pieces to the table: Here a sugar bowl and a creamer, a coffeepot and salt and pepper shakers extend the dinnerware pattern mix.
  • Use bowls and cups to serve from on top of dinner plates to get away from “flat” tables while adding visual appeal to the table.

Treat your brunch guests to tasty hors d’oeuvres for individual bites of mouth-watering foods while the coffee is being made.

  • Create individual servings of quiche on forks and spoonfuls of yogurt and berries on a small serving tray to present at brunch.
  • Don’t worry about being fussy — using the same idea with spoons full of macaroni and cheese at a wine party will be equally impressive.
  • Use your sterling silver flatware to serve these specialty “first bites” and make your guests feel even more special.
  • Choose colorful foods as an accent to serving trays.