1. The rich colors and large dimensions of ceramic serving platters are ideal dining table complements, serving up hearty portions with down-to-earth hospitality. Our large ceramic serving platter selection includes classic kitchen motifs from Certified International, and Fiesta serving platters in sunny natural colors.
2. A bodily ritual like dining deserves a serving platter with a physical presence. Rustic wood serving platters are a unique choice for serving entrees or hors d’oeuvres, with a rugged, rough-hewn presence that invites diners to dig in.
3. Charmingly natural and eminently affordable, earthenware serving platters are medium and small serving platters that bring a lighter touch to dining tables. Their cheerful colors and floral and leaf motifs are a perfect setting for seasonal refreshments such as fresh fruit or holiday goodies.
4. Star Trek’s Spock might think it’s Tri-Dimensional Chess, but a tiered serving platter is actually a master at tri-dimensional cheese. Spock would certainly agree, however, that tiered serving platters are the logical choice as multi-level appetizer or buffet servers.
5. When serving bread and cheese in a single dimension, cheese serving platters from Certified International would do the job in rustic Tuscan style. Their vintage wine- and olive-themed serving platters prove that unlike red or white wine, Italian goes with everything.
6. Some meals really do deserve to be served up on a silver platter. Reed & Barton silver-plated serving platters are the industry standard for superior design and craftsmanship, with a legacy of silversmith manufacturing that dates back to 1824.
7. Taste may be the diner’s delight, but presentation is always a part of delectation. Our serving platter selection features a variety of fresh and classic decorative themes, including holiday serving platters, Tuscan and French motifs, and oval serving platters with wide country-style rims.
8. If you’re on the lookout for matching dinnerware, ServingTrays.com may have more in store for you than just a tray or platter. Scroll down the individual product pages of our Certified International and Pfaltzgraff serving platters to find matching dinner plates, soup bowls, mugs, and more.
9. The multiple compartments of divided serving platters are useful for serving dip-style appetizers or communal entrees. Use your divided serving platter for cut vegetables and dip, or for sushi complements such as ginger and wasabi.
10. Serving platter size is important, but it shouldn’t be a stand-alone selling point. Our small, medium, and large serving platters offer a wide range of styles, materials, and colors for decor-conscious dining.