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Hôtel Silver - Private Label Collection Low Pedestal Bowl With Ring Handles

Hôtel Silver - Private Label Collection Low Pedestal Bowl With Ring Handles

Regular price $175.00 USD
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A favorite of Ina Garten, she stacks these lovely bowls in her kitchen and adores them for their durability and beauty. Perfect on a bar to hold clementines, limes, and other cocktail garnishes or to display in your kitchen to add glamour and refinement. 

The Hôtel Private Label Collection, made exclusively for Hôtel, offers new silver-plated pieces inspired by their trove of vintage finds from luxury European hotels, cafés, and fine restaurants. Evoking a vibe of casual elegance for everyday use and entertaining. 


3" Height x 5.5" Diameter. Hand wash only.

 

Hôtel Silver is everyday luxury at its best. Hôtel has been featured in numerous publications over the years including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, Elle Decor, Food & Wine, House Beautiful, House & Garden, Southern Living, Town & Country, Victoria, W Magazine and others.

Hotel Silver is distinguished by its functional design, durability, and classic clean lines. Crafted by some of the most renowned silversmiths of the day, the pieces were made to withstand the daily service in hotels, restaurants, cafés, private clubs, shipping and railway lines. Sterling silver serveware would not have held up to the constant use in bustling commercial establishments. A base of nickel and other alloys, including copper, gives the hotel silver its signature heft and luxe silver-plating its timeless elegance.

Caring For Hôtel Silver

Easy to clean! We recommend washing Hôtel Silver with warm soapy water after use. The more you use and enjoy the Hôtel Silver, the less you have to polish the pieces. When tarnished, we recommend gentle, easy-to-use silver polish such as Twinkle or Wrights. Both brands come with a sponge and are used at the sink with water. A soft towel is best for drying the pieces.

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