Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Princess & the Porcelain Not Just for Brides

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We can hardly wait for the Gump’s San Francisco bridal event, Princess and the Porcelain, next Thursday, February 10 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

For brides-to-be or just women and gentlemen with refined taste…or if you’ve never been to a Gump’s occasion, now is the time because this bridal event is the largest of all their famous fanfares.

Gump’s will be showing the finest in tabletop decor (designed by gifted in-house stylists), as well as the best from the Gump’s Wedding and Gift Registry during an elegant cocktail party.

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Gump’s specializes in modern yet classic furnishings, accessories, dishes, bedding, jewelry, fabulous gifts and luxury items. This event is for everyone.

“We have unique things that are a little more challenging to find in other stores,” stated Kathleen Mailliard Rende, manager of gift registry.

“Brides like the ‘Juliska’ crystal and dishes. ‘Match’ from Italy is really popular. It’s a combination of pewter and ceramic and it’s very beautiful,” she continued.

“There’s a trend now toward more informal crystal and dishes,” Kathleen explained.

Gift-givers are guaranteed to find something meaningful, or “lifetime objects,” as Kathleen calls them.

There are the softest cashmere blankets in a rainbow of saturated colors, iconic lamps, plush robes and a myriad of gorgeous flatware and tabletop accessories for the discerning shopper. Candles and candleholders make perfect wedding, house-warming or Valentine’s gifts.

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A word of caution, however: it can be heart-breaking to pine over all the beautiful things you will see at Gump’s San Francisco!

Gump’s is located at 135 Post Street in San Francisco. Please RSVP to 415-984-9250 or email specialevents@gumps.com.

To order a glossy Gump’s catalog filled with desireables, call 800-284-8677.

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