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Break out the fine tableware - it's time to celebrate. Try
these stylish servers, from classic to contemporary, rustic to
1 Arne Jacobsen pie server, $60, from Georg Jensen.
2 "Mayan" mesh cake server, $35, from White Home.
3 State cake server, $39.95, from Papaya.
4 Iittala "Collective Tools" cake lifter, $89.95, from Design Mode International, 1800 084 258.
5 Evora "Santamarta" serving knife, $44.95, from Domayne.
6 Acorn cake knife, $485, from Georg Jensen.
7 Magisso pie server, $60, from Top3 by Design.
8 Magisso cake server, $65, from Top3 by Design.
9 Tart server, $20.50, from The Bay Tree.
10 Maxwell & Williams "Madison" cake server, $7.95.
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