Our arts and antiques editor thinks this is an uncommonly pretty platter at an uncommonly pretty price. Don't you agree? Accented with pheasant feathers, it takes flight at Bongenre. The weighty, 18-inch platter sells for $70 and was designed by antiques dealer Jill Fenichell, who says, "It's heavy-duty enough to take a full
roast with potatoes without collapsing. It's meant to resemble china but
won't break or chip," says Fenichell. The company also sells pretty plates for about $15 each. Click here.