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Mallory Labit at Beatriz Ball
July 23, 2021
Beatriz Ball’s bestselling New Orleans Round Foil Leafing Bowl Set in Gold from the GLASS Collection, includes small but deep glass bowls with hand applied gold foil in two useful sizes.

The vibrant and colorful New Orleans Collection represents a departure for Beatriz Ball, but upholds the company’s championing of handmade traditions and artistry. With all the color and spirit of the Crescent City’s unique culture, the New Orleans round bowl set ...Read more of post

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Mallory Labit at Beatriz Ball
July 21, 2021
The Beatriz Ball GIFTABLES Organic Pearl bowl with serving spoon makes a unique gift and a beautifully functional accent piece.

From the Giftables Collection; handmade and artfully designed Beatriz Ball items at irresistible prices. Each packaged in a lovely gift box, ready for giving. Make great hostess gifts!

You'll love all of the exquisitely detailed GIFTABLES bowls with matching spoons.

Perfect for serving sauces, chutney, jellies, and ...Read more of post

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Mallory Labit at Beatriz Ball
June 7, 2021
It’s beginning to feel like summer.

The pineapple--the symbol of hospitality--makes a welcome appearance as two-chambered design by Beatriz Ball. With its sculptural form and richly detailed surface, the GARDEN Pineapple Chip & Dip is both an eye-catching representation of the popular tropical fruit, and a practical serving piece.

With its built-in dip bowl, this versatile item is ideal for serving fresh fruit, veggies, and crackers with your favorite ...Read more of post

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Adam Sigel at MARIPOSA
July 19, 2020
For the ancient peoples of the New World (New, at least, to Europeans), the pineapple was recognized as a fruit symbolizing friendship and hospitality. Families would hang pineapples outside their homes to perfume the entryway and make it welcoming to guests. It was an edible invitation!

Since the fruit was so perishable, it became a symbol of luxury, nobility, and wealth throughout Europe. A single pineapple could fetch a fortune. Thus, the host who was able to ...Read more of post

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