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Forget matchy-matchy. Handmade and hand-finished porcelain pieces—in styles both delicate and bold—play well with each other.



Keep the one-of-a-kind mood going by applying guests’ initials (we’re showing stick-ons) to vintage photographs for personalized placecards. Anichini linen tweed coral placemat, $35; Alice Goldsmith hand-thrown “kelp bronze” salad plate, $68, and textured black charger, $298; Ready-to-Bed by Ann Gish pink napkin in washable silk, $18; Pink Rocks glass by Clancy designs, $38; Gilmor Glassworks tortoise-patterned wine goblet, $98, and water goblet, $92; Jaune de Chrome dinner plate hand-glazed with a platinum rim, $128; Arte Italica’s Zambia flatware, $210 for a five-piece setting, all at Material Possessions, 954 Green Bay Rd., Winnetka, 847-446-8840.

 

photograph: leonard gertz

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