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Holiday Serving Made Easier

Give your gatherings a refined, low-maintenance edge with festive entertaining staples on hand.



The secret to planning a soiree at a moment’s notice—or one where RSVPs have been delivered weeks back—is to have your home stocked with party pantry staples like these serving trays, platters and utensils we’ve been scouting around town. 

Copper Canyon Three-Tier Server by Nambé, $225 at Neiman Marcus (SF). 415.362.3900, neimanmarcus.com

Tree tray, $35 at Summer House (Mill Valley). 415.383.6695

Personalized canvas tray, $275 at Iomoi. 925.282.1098, iomoi.com

Holiday tray, starting at $56 at Rock Flower Paper (San Anselmo). 415.462.0001, rockflowerpaper.com

Set of four cheese knives, $45 at Maison Reve (Mill Valley). 415.383.9700, maisonreve.com

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