Kitchen Accessories Gift

Set of six lead free pewter candleholders with stainless steel tines. Inspired by vintage cake decorations, this set fits standard birthday candles. Comes in decorative gift box. Hand wash. Handmade in New England.
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    103 months ago Threepotatofourshop »

    These super-sweet Japanese Zakka-style fruit character mugs are too cute to pass up and come in all your favorite flavors!

  • 103 months ago Neiman Marcus »

    Pink lightweight cotton twill. Princess seams. 12 cloth-covered buttons. Roomy packet on left shoulder to hold pens and thermometers. FREE personalization of your name in style shown (up to eight characters/spaces).

  • 110 months ago Chiasso »

    Stainless steel framed by wood places dessert on an elegant pedestal. This modern serving piece is great for cheese and fruit as shown, or can be true to its name at dessert time. price: $58

  • 110 months ago Stonewallkitchen »

    Welcome to Stonewall Kitchen. Specialty Foods. Gift Baskets, Kitchenware, Sauces, Preserves, Condiments,

  • 112 months ago Boystomengifts »

    Getting a baby, toddler or pre schooler to eat can be a problem and that can be stressful for mom or dad. Not any more, this plane spoon makes mealtimes fun for you and your child. All you need to add is some plane noises and your imagination to keep your little one eating healthily. To clean, just take out the spoon and put it in the dishwasher. The wings just wipe clean. A great gift idea that will make mealtimes fun again, and a great way to get dad to do the feeding!

  • 113 months ago Boystomengifts »

    Buy your guy this cool vintage pool/billiard ball bottle stopper. Each one is handmade using vintage pool / billiard balls and high quality cork. These unique stoppers fit wine or liquor bottles and look great in the rec room, bar or den, and will sure to be a hit with your guy and his buddies. They also make a unique best man or groomsman gift. Each is one of a kind and will vary. Ball numbers cannot be specified. Handmade in USA.

  • 113 months ago Modernpoverty »

    your cookies are so delicious that all you're ever left with are crumbs, so we devised this devious ploy. Just bake them with bite marks built-in and watch your friends leave them behind on the tray. It's the famous ABC (Already Been Chewed) COOKIE CUTTERS! Two styles - nibbled Variety Pack & maimed Gingerbread Men. The Variety Pack includes 4 assorted every-day designs - Heart, Star, Flower, and Disk (or is it a hockey puck?), each missing one prominent, off-putting, innocent little bite. And those poor poor Gingerbread Men! Well, their loss is your gain. ABC COOKIE CUTTERS are made to the highest culinary standards from luxurious cast aluminum so there are no seams or sharp edges and they're easy to clean. Packed in nifty clear display boxes.

  • 119 months ago Nambe »

    these salad servers from nambe are exceedingly lovely...they evoke a mid-century modern sensibility, and their composition is so rich. the smooth, matteness of the walnut against the gloss of the silver metal plays suggests textural sophistication. great gift for lovers of the mod and organic.

  • 120 months ago wishingfish »

    As seen on Oprah and in Domino, Real Simple and Budget Living Magazine! Move over, Martha -- there's a new hostess with the mostest on the block! Giving a whole new reason to cook and throw parties, these delectable aprons from Jessie Steele are bursting with style. Cut in flattering, flirty and feminine A-line styles in the most delicious fabrics, you'll find yourself wanting to wear one even when you're not in the kitchen. A great gift for newlyweds, Mom, your gourmet-challenged sister or friend, or anyone with an interest in cooking, eating or fashion! Also makes the most fabulous hostess gift!

  • 121 months ago Dutchbydesign »

    The Ming Oil & Vinegar Set from Dutch design firm Jansen + Co. takes the classic form of the wine glass and turns it on its head, literally. We love it, and not just because it's clever and witty - the stem reduces the flow just the right amount, so it's easy to measure as you pour. Comes in a stylish box and includes a funnel for easy filling, plus a cleaning brush.

  • 124 months ago Stupid »

    The Peter Petrie Egg Separator is the most unappetizing kitchen tool EVER. And sadly, the stupid thing WORKS. It's a hand-crafted ceramic head sporting a quizzical expression and a huge nose. To use it, you crack an egg into the separator and tilt it forward. This is where it gets interesting... While the yolk is blocked by the nose, the albumen tastefully drips through the nostrils and into your bowl. Though weirder than weird, the Peter Petrie Egg Separator is very well made by skilled American potters. Use it whenever you need egg just the yolks or whites for omelet's, cakes, or other recipes. Sure it's tacky and gross and pointless, but what do you EGGspect from Stupid.com?

  • 124 months ago Republicoftea »

    In the shadow of Mt. Iwate in northeastern Japan, artisans have been making iron teapots, or tetsubin, for 400 years, drawing iron ore from the mountain, charcoal from the forests and sand for the molds from the Kitakami river. Today, these teapots are still made by hand—a 65-step process that requires two weeks to complete. Elegantly simple, the pot itself is adorned only by the rugged texture of the iron (the "hada" of its name means "nude"). Its solid bronze lid tells an heroic chapter of the tetsubin story, when this humble kitchen kettle became central to the tea ceremony, and was crowned with a lid befitting its new stature. The ornate flower-bud knob is cast separately and riveted to the lid so that it spins, another nod to tetsubin tradition.