Festive Picks for Holiday Parties

‘Tis the season to sparkle with these holiday entertaining picks guaranteed to add style to your soiree.

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All that glitters is more than merely gold when it comes to this stunning menorah, hand-enameled in 14-karat gold, but also hand-set with a dazzling array of Swarovski crystals. The Solomon Floral & Vine Menorah by Jay Strongwater ($2,700) embraces beauty and reverence with twisted branches, interlaced with jeweled flowers gracefully holding nine floral candle cups. Illuminate this season with sparkle and give Hanukkah an even more joyful voice. (Gattle’s of Naples)


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SHAKE IT UP

These salt-and-pepper shakers from L’Objet ($480 for a set of 2) earn their place on a holiday table. The bejeweled pair feature hand-blown crystal, 24-karat gold and platinum plating, and Swarovski crystals. (Pacifica Interior Design, Naples)


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DEER-LY BELOVED

Buck the traditional and add this bold Times Two Design platter to your holiday bar cart. With its gold-leaf antlers and brass accents on a white lacquered tray ($649), it’s like the thrill of a sleigh ride without the snow in your hair. (Clive Daniel Home, Naples)


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POSH NOSH

Poinsettia canapé plates from Caskata ($110 for a boxed set of 6) feature the delicate beauty of the beloved holiday plant in a fun and festive pattern. (Republic of Decor, Naples)


SQUARE ONE

The forecast calls for a flurry of excitement at your next cocktail party with Sferra’s Frost linen cocktail napkins featuring delicately stitched gold snowflakes ($40 for a set of 4). (Suite Luxury, Naples)


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KING OF TOASTS

Give a majestic welcome to Vietri’s Regalia wine glasses ($69 each). Hand-painted in 14-karat gold, this collection was inspired by the emblems and decorations indicative of royalty. (A Mano, Naples)


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COLD CALL

This gold ice bucket and tongs ($225) from Michael Wainwright are part of the Truro collection that was inspired by walking barefoot on the beaches and golden dunes of Truro, Cape Cod. (Collins & DuPont, Naples)

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