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10 Decorative Pears (Partridge Not Included)

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 24, 2013 01:04 AM
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by Margot Guralnick last modified Dec 23, 2013

Is the pear having a moment? Made of ceramic, wood, and marble (and polished or rustic, high or low), the humble fruit adds a festive note to the holiday table. Above: A Black Ceramic Pear with a painted pewter twig and leaf by Creel and Gow of New York; $275 from The Line. Above: Penkridge Ceramics outside Birmingham, England, specializes in hand-painted porcelain fruit. Penkridge's Silver Pears (and many other varieties of pears and other fruit) are available from Sweet Bella USA; prices available on request. Above: An Italian marble pear by Laurent Trade & Design from John Derian at 6 East 2nd Street in New York, $62. To purchase, call (212) 677-3917. Above: New Moon Studio's Simple White Porcelain Pear Set is made to order in Providence, Rhode Island; $145. Above: A Penkridge Ceramics porcelain pear with metal twig and leaf; $315 from  John Derian .  To purchase, call (212) 677-3917. Above: Set of Twelve Pears by Pope Valley Pottery, $250. Life-sized single pears also available for $40 each. Above: Tiny Pears on a Tray , handmade of glazed stoneware by Cheryl Wolff of Walnut Creek, CA, via her Etsy shop; $68. Each pear is approximately 2 1/2 inches high and the tray is 12 inches long.  Above: Guaranteed never to go mushy: a  Set of Six Green Pears  made of painted plastic; $16 from Pottery Barn Above: A 1970s  Wooden Pear  from Etsy vintage seller Hedgerow Home of Reading, England. Above: 3D Paper Pear Sculpture  made from a discarded novel by UK Etsy seller Tigers4Tea; $10. Another decorating motif of the moment? Have a look at our post 14 Ways to Feather Your Nest .






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