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Alessi

130 Greene St., nr. Prince St.; 30 E. 60th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-941-7300; alessi.com

At this classic Italian kitchenware brand’s U.S. flagship store, you can find iconic products like the Moka espresso coffeemaker and the Philippe Starck aluminum citrus juicer. $$$

Asprey

853 Madison Ave., at 70th St.; 212-688-1811; asprey.com

The renowned English luxury-goods house sells mostly jewelry and accessories, but this showroom also carries Asprey’s substantial line of sophisticated tableware and animal-adorned barware. $$$$

Baccarat

635 Madison Ave., at 59th St.; 212-826-4100; us.baccarat.com

This lauded brand is still the leader in classic crystal tableware as well as serving pieces and decorative items like cut-crystal vases and figurines. $$$

Bardith

901 Madison Ave., nr. 72nd St.; 212-737-3775; bardith.com

Bardith’s small retail space is crammed with rare china and porcelain, some of it dating back to 1680. Decorative items like candlesticks, silhouette portraits, and framed needlepoint accent the antique finery. $$

Bernardaud

499 Park Ave., at 59th St.; 212-371-4300; bernardaud.com

Count on this 150-year-old French company for fine tableware from Limoges, a city known for its distinctive porcelain. The historic designs evoke a let-them-eat-cake decadence, ideal for those who want to dine like aristocrats. $$$ (consulting services)

Bowery Kitchen Supplies

88 Tenth Ave., nr. 16th St., in Chelsea Market; 212-376-4982; bowerykitchens.com

Find baking essentials like sheet pans and tart shells alongside a wide selection of chef-worthy knives. The store also carries luxury items like espresso machines and electric panini grills. $$

Broadway Panhandler

65 E. 8th St., nr. Broadway; 866-266-5927; broadwaypanhandler.com

Find baking essentials like sheet pans and tart shells alongside a wide selection of chef-worthy knives. The store also carries luxury items like espresso machines and electric panini grills. $-$$

The Brooklyn Kitchen

100 Frost St., at Meeker Ave., Williamsburg; 718-389-2982; thebrooklynkitchen.com

This spot has tools for both serious cooks and new-to-the-neighborhood 20-somethings, with a selection of vintage enamel pieces, organic dishcloths, and copper cookware. It also specializes in home canning and pickling supplies and offers regular classes in subjects like knife sharpening and pasta-making. $$ (ecofriendly / made in N.Y.)

Christofle

846 Madison Ave., at 70th St.; 212-308-9390; cristofle.com

This French luxury house pioneered the art of silver-plating technology in the nineteenth century. Today it’s still a leader in the design of traditional elegant silver for the table and home. $$$

Cucina & Tavola

235 Grand St., nr. Driggs Ave., Williamsburg; 718-963-3131; cucinatavola.com

This 4,920-square-foot factory store (Italian for kitchen and table) is the first in the country to stock German-made Rosenthal fine china and fancy pots and pans from Italian brands Sambonet and Paderno. Along with new collections, the shop offers up to 80 percent discounts on close-out collections. $$$

Dinosaur Designs

211 Elizabeth St., nr. Prince St.; 212-680-3523; dinosaurdesigns.com

This Australian company started out making jewelry and expanded into housewares in 1990. One-of-a-kind tableware pieces—including spoons, bowls, plates, and vases in vibrantly colored resin—will add life to your culinary routine. $$-$$$

Fishs Eddy

889 Broadway, at 19th St.; 212-420-9020; fishseddy.com

This store has well-priced, unused vintage dishes (relics from ocean liners, restaurants, and clubs) as well as new lines from Lotta Jansdotter and other designers. It also carries Todd Oldham + Charley Harper’s whimsical, aquatic-themed plates. $-$$ (ecofriendly)

Georg Jensen

687 Madison Ave., nr. 62nd St.; 212-759-6457; georgjensen.com

Once the final word in Danish modern housewares, this trendsetter has now moved into gold and silver jewelry. Rest assured, the serving pieces, silverware, and flatware remain unfailingly chic. $$$

Global Table

107 Sullivan St., nr. Prince St.; 471 Amsterdam Ave., nr. 82nd St.; 212-431-5839; globaltable.com

Handcraftsmanship is the signature of this quiet home-accessories shop, which is filled with down-to-earth items for the globally conscious. Ceramic and wood pieces, vases, candleholders, serving bowls, are just some of the offerings. $$

Impressions

1436 Coney Island Ave., at Ave. K, Midwood; 866-338-4338; impressionsgift.com

Discounts on brand-name tableware from labels like Mikasa, Waterford, and Wedgwood make the trek to Midwood worthwhile. $$

James Robinson

480 Park Ave., at 58th St.; 212-752-6166; jrobinson.com

This store offers the highest of high-end flatware, hand-beaten from sterling silver. Basic patterns are fairly traditional, although adjustments can be made to suit particular needs: A three-pronged fork can become four-pronged, for example, and custom designs are possible. $$$$

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