|Salumi Plate from Starbelly|
In almost all instances, the cheese and meats are served on a plain wooden slab. And that got me thinking. How was antipasto served in the 1950s?
After a few searches on Etsy, I came up with these mid-century finds. When I last left off planning, I was thinking of plating the cheeses on cake stands; now, I'm really loving this fold-away buffet by Karoff.
|The Finds: Wooden Fold-Away Buffet, Karoff, c.1950s, $25, Lady Rose Treasures; Serv-Trend Serving Platter, Designed by Ben Seigel for Raymor, c.1950s-1960s, $35, I Live Modern; Wooden Serving Tray, Gladmark, $21.99, Bounty Huntress.|
Now if the Karoff Fold-Away Buffet came in black (which would match our Parker Spirits Bar from Crate and Barrel), we'd really be in trouble.
How long do you dream of and plan for a party?
Am I the only one who comes up with a theme and then plays with it until it feels right?
Credits: Product images taken by their respective Etsy sellers: Lady Rose Treasures; I Live Modern; Bounty Huntress. All other images taken by Eden Hensley Silverstein for Recipes for the Good Life.
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