Riviera Pottery preceded Fiestaware only briefly before it was discontinued and fell into obscurity. With its 1930′s, deco geometry and striking glaze, we like the line better than its ever-popular cousin. This batter jar holds nearly 64 ounces and is in mint condition. (Over $150)
Nothing cramps your morning like burnt toast. Keep an eye on your slice with this clear concept toaster by Magimi. Extra-wide slots accommodate even the widest bagels and breads. (Over $150)
Eclectic yet elegant, these agate coasters are the perfect addition to your holiday entertaining.
Each coaster is trimmed in 18kt gold and features a unique gem formation. ($50-$150)
We love the mid-century vibe of these hand-crafted wood and ceramic tumblers by David Rasmussen. Try replacing classic aperitif glasses with this set for a sophisticated yet offbeat aesthetic.
Made in Carbondale, Colorado with carved walnut and white ceramic. ($50-$150)