Fetching, filled with tiny tasty bites, savory and sweet that tantalize the taste buds and delight the palate.

Using Your Tea Stand

According to Tea Time Magazine, this is the way they can be used: “Shaped like a pyramid and typically stacked with three plates, or tiers, the tray was an ideal way to accommodate scones, savories, and sweets simultaneously, giving guests an order in which the courses should be eaten. In the earliest years of the tea tray’s history, the top tier was reserved for scones, which were kept warm by a silver warming dome. The second, or middle, plate held sweets like petits fours, marzipan, and cakes. The bottom tier was the serving station for simple and crustless sandwiches. In general, guests served themselves from the bottom tier first and worked their way to the top.” writes author Amy Cates.

Perfectly pretty presentation is assured in these lovely stands. Whether modern and minimalist or romantic and elegant, these trays always excite the recipient as it nears the table.

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