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Michael Michaud - Table Art - Radicchio Spoon Set

Michael Michaud "Radicchio Spoon Set" by Michael Michaud. These Radicchio spoons measure approximately 5 inches in length. Michael Michaud has captured all the beauty and delicate detail of nature in metal for his Table Art Collection. Inspired by nature, Michael Michaud creates models from natural elements, then uses layers of gold, silver and copper metals on bronze and pewter to give the Table Art collection an elegant and unique,,,,

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Natural Cutlery Belgian designer Nedda El-Asmar has came up with this beautiful cutlery set, inspired by the oval shape of Japanese tea plant leaf

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Clara del Portillo has done an incredible job of marrying wood and metal in this cutlery set which it truly tasteful! "The silver cutlery is a symbol of elegance and it has been used in banquets and important tables for several years. The sense of fashion and aesthetics has changed and most of these cutleries have been saved. Natural gives a new air to silver cutlery making it current and modern without giving up elegance."

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Top 20 Best Of Best red dot award: product design 2013 ~ The natural shape of a tree with branches and twigs lending it a highly organic appearance inspires the design of the EDA cutlery by Ken Okuyama Design Co

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from Burlap and Silk

20 inch Gray Napkin

Gray wedding (via 100 Layer Cake)Photography & Film: Claire Marika Photography / Second Shooter: A Twist of Lemon Photography / Design, Styling, Floral Design & Paper Goods: Martha Hatfield Design / Cake: Chantilly Patisserie / Model: Annie DeSantis / Hair and Makeup: Flavia Carolina of Versa Artistry / Dress: Simply Bridal / Ring: Heidi Gibson

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from Snippet & Ink

Elegant Relaxed Wedding at Dawn Ranch Lodge, California

La Tavola Fine Linen Rental: Ritz Snow with Tuscany Natural Napkins | Photography: Kate Webber, Event Planning: Map Events, Floral Design: Brown Paper Design

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