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The Food Issue

Pretty table settings

No whales, no country charm. These tabletop picks are pretty in the city.

“Barre” dinner plate, $45 at Simon Pearce, 103 Newbury Street, Boston, 617-450-8388, simonpearce.com

Carafe by Mud Australia, $76 at Lekker Home, 1313 Washington Street, Boston, 617-542-6464, lekkerhome.com

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“Center Stripe” woven napkins, $24 for four at West Elm, 160 Brookline Avenue, Boston, 617-450-9500, and Wayside Commons, 6 Wayside Road, Burlington, 781-221-5626, westelm.com

“H-Art” satin gold five-piece place setting by Sambonet, $140 to order at Bloomingdale’s, The Mall at Chestnut Hill, 225 Boylston Street, 617-630-6042, bloomingdales.com

“Simple” sugar and creamer set by Pigeon Toe Ceramics, $59.99 at roomandboard.com

“Kranssi” table runner, $45 at Marimekko, 140 Newbury Street, Boston, 617-247-2500, and 350 Huron Avenue, Cambridge, 617-354-2800, us.marimekko.com

Laminated birchwood-handle steak knives by Opinel, $295 for six at Stock Culinary Goods, 756 Hope Street, Providence, 401-521-0101, stockpvd.com

“Champagne Bubbles” glasses, $58 for four at anthropologie.com

Bud vases by Heath Ceramics, $23 and $22 at Didriks, 190 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, 617-354-5700, didriks.com

Salt and pepper cellar set by Eigen Arts, $25 at K. Colette, 100 Commercial Street, Portland, Maine, 207-775-9099, kcolette.com

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