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About Casafina

Although known for the rustic stoneware it imports from Portugal and Italy, Casafina also sells a wide variety of glassware and textiles handmade in Romania and India. The New York company’s earthenware plates and bowls are durable and oven-safe, and come in sophisticated color combinations like celadon, khaki, and blue.

Past Sales Featuring Casafina

Sale Ended September 12, 2010

Casafina, Love Plates and Sabre Tabletop

Your cooking is vibrant. Why shouldn’t your tableware also be? Add some flavor to your meals with Casafina’s colorful stoneware bowls and bakeware; the pieces are made in Portugal and come in luscious shades like aqua, lime green and orange. Mix in Love Plates gemlike glass chargers and serveware — they’re as durable as they are beautiful — and then accent with Sabre’s stainless-steel flatware, which features enamel handles in a rainbow of hues.

Sale Ended August 06, 2010

Antheor France

Made in Provence, France, by artisans who hand-paint each piece, Anthéor stoneware is famous for its beauty, durability and uniqueness, with no two items exactly alike. Choose from bowls and bakeware that come in colors ranging from deep blue to grassy green. All are dishwasher- and microwave-safe, making them true oven-to-table products.

Sale Ended May 20, 2011

Antheor France: Tableware & Bakeware

Made in Provence, France, by artisans who hand paint each item, Anthéor stoneware is famous for its beauty and durability. Choose from bowls and bakeware in colors ranging from deep blue to grassy green. All are dishwasher- and microwave-safe, too, making them true oven-to-table pieces.

Sale Ended December 16, 2010

Last Minute Holiday Prep: Mauviel, Emile Henry & More

Hosting a Christmas dinner seemed like a good idea at the time, but now that it’s approaching, beat back the anxiety with this selection of top-flight cookware, serving pieces, and kitchen accessories. Choose from can’t-live-without essentials like Cuisipro’s silicone tongs and Joseph Joseph’s mechanical whisks. Or perhaps you’d prefer French culinary luxuries like Laguiole en Aubrac’s table knives (each expertly clad in a different type of wood) and Mauviel’s copper pans and bowls. Either way, rest assured: There’s more than enough here to ensure a memorable meal.