Glass and stainless steel table setting

Credit: Bob Hiemstra, styling by Catherine Leithold

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Get shockingly close to the crystal table without tapping out your budget.

In case Aunt Ida took it with her, glass and stainless steel can stand in for crystal and sterling silver. This table style suits any special occasion, from Hanukkah to a New Year's Eve celebration.

Silver organza tablecloth ($46, Best Dressed Tables); silver-plated menorah ($20, Hamakor Judaica Inc.); Roost's Veriglass cocktail glass, goblet, and champagne glass ($15 each, Pomegranate Home); hammered stainless-steel flatware ($41.25 for a five-piece place setting, Reed & Barton); Lucca charger ($24, Pottery Barn); Soho crystal platter ($65) and salad plate ($40 for two), both Miller Rogaska by Reed & Barton; Manor striped napkin by Brownstone ($2.99, Fortunoff); Silver Ball Cluster napkin ring ($4.95, Crate & Barrel); Mini Lotus tea lights ($20 for two, Godinger Silver Art); Party Express white place cards with silver border ($4.99 for 30, Hallmark Gold Crown Store); glass decanters ($42 and $50, both Design Workshop Inc.); Maxfield Hotel serving bowl, used as a vase ($59, Pottery Barn); Duralex ingredient bowl ($1.09, Gracious Home); and sterling-silver salt spoon by Empire Silver Company ($14.99, Fortunoff).


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