Good Fortune

Red And Gold For Good Fortune

Kick off the New Year with an abundance of good fortune by incorporating red and gold into your dinner setting. In Chinese tradition red and gold both represent good luck. Dress your table in the red beaded Kim Seybert Confetti Placemat and layer with the Sahara Charger in Gold. Add your own gold tinged plates and finish it off with linens and napkin rings with touches of gold as in the Imperial Dragon (another symbol of luck) Napkin and the Astrid Napkin Ring.

or go deeper by adding a  red plate such as the Tortoise by Tony Duquette with the Simple Dessert Plate from Mottahedeh’s Palma Collection.

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