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Looking for tabletop for sale that’s unlike the tabletop you’ll find anywhere else? Lucky you, you’ve come to the right place! Here at Chairish, we’re dedicated to curating one of the internet’s most incredible collections of tableware and barware. From majolica plates to colored glass snifters, our collection is expertly sourced from antique and vintage dealers located all over the U.S. and meticulously edited by our in-house style team. Whether you’re looking for a specific piece such as a swan-shaped soup tureen, or you’re simply browsing for dinner party inspiration, chances are high you’ll find something to fit the bill within our collection of thousands of vintage tabletop items for sale.

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With Chairish, there’s no need to book an antiquing trip to Provence or London to source plates, glasses, and other tableware pieces with character. Simply scroll through our collection to locate rare and in-demand items like majolica melon pitchers, lettuce ware platters, blue ironstone transferware plates, and splatterware bowls. Discover pieces that are perfect for elevating a simple dinner for two, as well as pieces that are ideal for bringing an elaborate dinner party theme to life. Locate vintage candle holders that are perfect for lending ambiance as well as flatware that can give any table a finishing touch. No matter what you’re on the hunt for, we guarantee we’ll have something to help set a striking scene!


Tabletop consists of any item you’d used to set a dinner table. Items under the dinnerware umbrella range from the essentials—plates, flatware, glassware—to the unconventional—ice buckets, tureens, oyster plates. Dinnerware can be sourced in just about any style. Some of the most popular styles include retro, organic modern, and madcap or English cottage-inspired.


Dinnerware is a term primarily used to describe plates. Plates can be made of a wide array of materials, including bone china, porcelain, earthenware, stoneware, and melamine. Terms you will often see associated with vintage dinner plates include ironstone, transferware, and majolica. Plates can vary dramatically in style. Plain white plates, often referred to as “catering plates” are a favorite of entertainers because of their versatility. Others prefer more decorative plates featuring ornate rim designs or all-over patterns. Worth noting is that the term “decorative plates” often refers to plates that are meant to be hung on a wall as art, and are not necessarily designed for eating off.


Flatware is a term used to describe eating utensils like knives, spoons, and forks. Another commonly used term for flatware is “silverware.” Newly-made flatware is generally sold in single sets consisting of five pieces—two sizes of spoons, two sizes of forks, and a butter knife—while vintage flatware is often sold in large, sprawling sets consisting of thirty-plus pieces or more. Flatware can be made of a variety of materials, but the most common are stainless steel or sterling silver. Sterling silver flatware is more likely to be ornately designed, while stainless steel flatware is more likely to be minimalist and modern in design.