Jingle Elf Platter from Crate and Barrel

If you are looking for some simple, but effective ideas of how to decorate your table for the Christmas dinner, then you have come to the right place. The best and easiest way to do this is to use some very special tableware that can be used only on Christmas. That is because their design is made especially for Christmas. They will bring a plus of cheer and Christmas spirit to your dinner party. Well, this Jingle Elf Platter from Crate and Barrel seems like the best idea of what tableware to use for this occasion. It is nice and has a simple and great design: a row of Santa ‘s elves dancing merrily. They are wearing bells on their shoes and stockings and hats, all in the traditional colours of Christmas: white , red and dark green.

The platter is rectangular and made of white porcelain and can be used for displaying deserts or any other kinds of food you might want to prepare for your guests. It is simple and nice and made in China. You can use it in the dishwasher, in the freezer or in the microwave oven, as it is perfectly safe and will not cause any problems and will not be damaged either. It can stand temperatures of up to 350 degrees, so no worries here. You can purchase this beautiful platter for just $19.95.



Published by in Kitchen, on December 21st, 2011

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