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The Thanksgiving Table Reimagined, via an LA Artisan

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The Thanksgiving Table Reimagined, via an LA Artisan

Alexa Hotz November 05, 2015

Here’s an idea we like: rather than fussing over which salad fork goes where on your Thanksgiving table, throw each set of flatware in a compact leather pouch instead. Pair it with a saddle leather placemat for a tidy table setting that feels at once refined and casual.

Above: From RTH in Los Angeles, three-by-six-inch Silverware Holders, shown here in black leather, are $50 each at March. 

Above: The RTH Leather Placemat is an unexpected 13.75-inch square shape; $125 each at March.

Above: The RTH Silverware Holder in brown. Both colors of leather can be wiped clean with a damp cloth after use.

Above: The saddle leather placemat in rich brown.

Above: Mix-and-match leather.

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