Why? Because it’s the year of the dinner party, and we just can’t stop seeing highly shoppable tableware accounts in our feeds. Plus, when it comes to vintage, we’re always in the mood for a fresh serving.
Wish you were born in a different era sometimes? New York-based vintage account Reverie has you covered. Alongside an impressive collection of Depression glass, we’re also loving this Hazel Atlas thumbprint pattern cake stand and these pink glass teacups and saucers (both for under US$50). Also, if you’re a fan of Blanca Miró, this is the perfect account to re-create some of her most popular table set-ups.
Based in Noosa, one of Australia’s most iconic coastal towns, details. is the place for anyone who wants their interior to feel like a year-round beach holiday. Think shell vases, soft pink glass jugs, pastel-stemmed champagne flutes and resort-style dinnerware (minus the buffet). While scrolling for tableware accessories, you might also find something cute to wear to your next dinner party, like this 1970s bell sleeve dress which pairs nicely with one of these glasses in hand.
Long, thin taper candles became a top trend in 2021 – in fact, #bendycandle (DIY taper candles) amassed over 10 million views on TikTok. If you’re on the hunt for something to put your new collection of candles in, follow Clap That Glass. Among its range of preloved glassware are highly practical vintage candle holders. Some favourites include this short and round retro Blenko one and this Victorian-esque hot pink variety.
If you’re eyeing off a beautiful glass candle holder for your dining room table, you can keep the translucent theme going elsewhere. The end-of-week drops on its Instagram page also feature geometric tumblers, stemmed goblets, wine glasses, decanters and jars.
There’s no denying OBJECTIFY ME has an uncanny ability to source vintage pieces that you’ve seen – but can never seem to find. Think salt dishes, glass bonbonnières, shot glasses, and brass and mother-of-pearl napkin rings. This page has also inspired us to shake up our pre-dinner party games with this vintage green and white alabaster/onyx chess set. Now to channel our inner Beth Harmon…
Looking for nostalgic tableware that’s reasonably priced? Tick and tick for London’s Foxberry Vintage (seriously, please tell us these art glass sweets and art glass fruits don’t evoke some powerful childhood memories). It’s not hard to see why this store has become one of our most beloved vintage tableware accounts. It’s got Bridgerton-esque tea sets, rainbow-coloured dinner knives, even a dolphin-shaped bottle opener. One piece of advice for anyone looking to score from Foxberry’s weekly drops: be quick. These pieces never go unsold for long.
With over 70,000 followers on Instagram, it seems we aren’t the only ones in love with casa shop’s curated wares. If your taste leans more towards irregular and uniquely designed pieces – think geometric shapes, lustrous colours and quirky designs – then be sure to hit follow. Our favourite dining table picks include this onyx goblet set with a pink chequered detail and these handmade clay mugs.
For the art deco meets mid-century modern lover, The Mews Store has all the trinkets and accessories you (and your soon-to-be well-styled table) need. Picture a white tablecloth with these sculptural orange decanters, sitting next to this solid glass vase. You’ve carefully placed this silver-plated cutlery set around the edges and finished the look off with these vintage smoked glasses. Trust us, it doesn’t take as much effort as you think to pull off an Instagramable dinner setting.
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