Serving Platters Trays

Food is the fundamental need of human beings. Any gathering of two or more people includes a meal, drink or some snack. Serving or being served, trays are there to help you. Trays are platforms with embossed sidings to carry things and prevent things from falling down. Trays are formed in different sizes for different purposes. A small sized tray is often used for ash, lighter and other smaller servings. A medium one is usually used at home for serving guests, at offices and cafeterias to serve people. Whether party, formal meeting, or home use, trays meet the demand. At homes trays are mostly used to serve food and drinks to guests or family...

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Z Gallerie Helps Make New Year’s Eve Entertaining Smart And Simple

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 28, 2012 Z Gallerie, a family-owned retailer of stylish home furnishings, art and accessories, is the perfect place to shop for your New Years Eve party. Hosts and hostesses everywhere will be ushering in 2013 by throwing a New Years Eve party. Z Galleries Table Top Buyer and entertaining expert Rebekka Paynter has put together some tips for classic, tasteful and festive entertaining. The foundation of your gathering starts with having the right items to make the party feel special yet allows you to enjoy the event as well, says Paynter. I like to offer a selection of white wine early in the evening and top off the night...

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Wooden Architecture Wooden Vases

There is an exquisite assortment of wooden vases. Each vase is handcrafted and made from high quality mango wood or bamboo. Each of these magnificent floral vases measure less than 20 in height and is ideal for displaying on a furniture piece or stand. Wooden vases are a great way to compliment any decorative scene as they lend a natural look to any backdrop. Separately sold floral arrangements can be placed in all of the wooden vases, adding the perfect decorative touch. Some of the table vases come in two color choices. Wooden vessels have been common since 1635. The wooden bowl, found in excavations done in Maryland, appeared as the most common all-purpose...

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Rattan

Rattan Pin It Daemonorops draco Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked): Angiosperms (unranked): Monocots (unranked): Commelinids Order: Arecales Family: Arecaceae Subfamily: Calamoideae Tribe: Calameae Genera Calamus Calospatha Ceratolobus Daemonorops Eleiodoxa Eremospatha Eugeissona Korthalsia Laccosperma Metroxylon Myrialepis Oncocalamus Pigafetta Plectocomia Plectocomiopsis Pogonotium Raphia Retispatha Salacca Rattan (from the Malay rotan) is the name for the roughly 600 species of palms in the tribe Calameae (Greek ‘kálamos’ = reed), native to tropical regions of Africa, Asia and Australasia. Contents 1 Structure 2 Processing 2.1 Environmental issues 3 Uses 3.1 Furniture making 3.2 Handicraft and arts 3.3 Rattan as a shelter material 3.4 Food source and medicinal potential 3.5 Other uses 4 References 5 External links [edit] Structure...

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Bamboo

For other uses, see Bamboo (disambiguation). Bamboo Pin It Bamboo forest in Kyoto, Japan Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked): Angiosperms (unranked): Monocots (unranked): Commelinids Order: Poales Family: Poaceae Subfamily: Bambusoideae Supertribe: Bambusodae Tribe: Bambuseae Kunth ex Dumort Subtribes Arthrostylidiinae Arundinariinae Bambusinae Chusqueinae Guaduinae Melocanninae Nastinae Racemobambodinae Shibataeinae See the full Taxonomy of the Bambuseae. Diversity Around 92 genera and 5,000 species Bamboo Pin It i/ Pin It Bamboo forest in Taiwan Pin It Pin It Bamboo forest in Kwa-Zulu Natal Pin It Pin It Closeup of bamboo stalk Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants on Earth, with reported growth rates of 100 cm (39 in) in 24 hours.[2] However, the growth rate is dependent on...

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