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December 20, 2014

Find classic serveware at Galveston Gallery

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Posted: Friday, March 21, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 1:30 pm, Fri Jun 13, 2014.

If you’re looking for a classic serveware piece for a wedding or housewarming present, Galveston Gallery has just what you need.

The aluminum alloy serveware from Arthur Court makes a great gift for any occasion or a beautiful addition to your own collection.

Now available at Galveston Gallery are the Magnolia collection, including a 19-inch oblong tray, bread basket, and chip-and-dip tray, all decorated with the ornate blooms of the magnolia tree.

The natural wonders of the ocean, lakes and rivers decorate the Sealife collection, also available at Galveston Gallery. Freshwater fish, crabs, shells and coral adorn these pieces, including an oblong trout tray, a 19-inch fish-shaped platter and a crab-shaped platter. 

Also available are pieces from the Safari collection, including the giraffe pitcher pictured. This collection also featured serveware with playful monkeys and big cats that create a fun atmosphere at your dinner table.

New at Galveston Gallery is the Texas Hometown Cookbook, a great gift or addition to your collection for just $20. Family and friends will be flocking to your dinner table when you serve the authentic Texas dishes from this cookbook, such as Trail Riders Barbecue Coffee Pork Butt, Cast-Iron Skillet Okra Chili Cheese Empanadas, or Chunky Texas Red Chili.

Whether you’re searching for the perfect gift for a loved one or for yourself, Galveston Gallery has the selection to meet your needs. Come by today and delight in the GurglePots, marvel at the lovely smells of scented soaps and lotions, and say hi to resident pug, Mugzy (pictured).

Galveston Gallery is located at 1825 25th Street in Galveston. The store is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, please call 409-763-6116.