Presentation, so they say, is everything. This applies even more obviously when employed in the offering and enjoyment of sweet treats in the company of loved ones and acquaintances alike. Whether you’ve cooked up a succulent storm or purchased delectable confectionary in order to impress, you need to be able to store, present and serve in perfect confidence and winning style.
Let us here at Dotmaison point you towards a few selections of sweet serveware which would not look out of place in an elegant caterer’s laboratory of wonders…
Start as you mean to go on with this showstopping centrepiece: the Leonardo Star Cake Stand (above, in red). Created from high quality glass and stainless steel, the stand brings an air of grace and excitment to any dining area or coffee table.
And now to the all important issue of storage. For this, why not combine style and practicality with this terrific set from Guzzini. The Guzzini – Feeling Cake Dish and Dome with Server, Violet is dishwasher safe and comprises a cake dome and matching serving spatula. Ideal for presenting, storing and serving home prepared goods, the set is both versatile and reliably long lasting in a sturdy Italian design.
Why not off set the colours and textures of your cakes, pies and biscuits with a chic set of dessert plates by the award winning brand LSA? The LSA- Dine Coupe Dessert plate Set of 4 are a minimalist crowd pleaser, perfect to serve up a classic taste of culinary sweetness and lightness of touch. Available in high quality gift packaging, the set would make a lovely present for the devoted cook or patisserie aficionado in your life!
Finally, and also by LSA, when you need to keep it stylish for that all important cup of tea or coffee to accompany a sweet treat, check out the LSA- Lotta Milk and Sugar Set . Featuring a beautifully natural look taking in an untreated finish, the ash base and porcelain mix helps to present a wonderfully clean and streamlined design ideal to round off a stylish get-together over a steaming hot drink and tasty confection. So, while you’re at it, how about that treat?
Robert Monk February 27th, 2017