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La Terrine

1024 Lexington Ave.; at 73rd St.; 212-988-3366

There’s plenty to choose from in this eclectic shop, which imports hand-painted European ceramics. Five-piece place settings are $85 to $325.


804 Madison Ave., near 67th St.; 212-753-6700;

It takes three to sixteen weeks for this store to embroider its custom-made bed, bath, and table linens, so couples should register early.


151 W. 34th St., near Broadway; 212-695-4400;

The Cellar has high-end items (Calphalon cookware ranges from $400 to $600 for a set of ten) as well as lower-priced versions. Upstairs, there’s china, bedding, and much more.

Find wares from New York’s most intersting home décor boutiques-from Alessi and Apartment 48 to Twinkle Living and Dwell- all under one convenient registry.


150 Greene St., at Houston St.; 212-204-7100;

At Murray Moss’s temple to innovative design, the muslin-thin Lobmeyr crystal Champagne flutes ($650 for a set of six) are highly recommended.

If you hate to be limited to two or three stores, check out this centralized registry that links to any retailer around the world.

Nicole Farhi

75 Ninth Ave., nr. 15th St. (various locations); 646-638-0115;

Farhi’s line of exquisite tableware and linens is based on organic tones and textures. Standouts are the hand-blown glassware ($35 to $250) and fur cushions ($300 to $800).

Pottery Barn

1965 Broadway, at 67th St. (various locations); 212-579-8477;

The originator of good-looking, affordable housewares is still a good bet for oversize, inexpensive dinner-plate settings, flatware, and stemware.


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