What's even better than having one exquisite serving platter as part of your dinnerware set? Why having two of course. Gail Pittman makes pairing up her 11" and 15" serving platters easy by displaying both on a single, tiered iron stand. The dual display is in keeping with the current fashion of having multiple levels as well as multiple shapes and sizes of serving pieces on the table. These platters are large pieces intended to hold large quantities of food. Yet the stand is designed to be so inconspicuous that the serving platters almost seem to float in midair. In this case, the Honeysuckle motif is more a suggestion of the entire pattern rather than a rendering of the pattern in full. The green vines and small clusters of red flowers swirl across a creamy white background, creating a delicate image well suited to the vertical placement of the platters. This is the perfect display for serving an assortment of sandwich meats, cheeses, fresh fruits or pastries. And if you're a dedicated baker, it would be hard to resist not one, but two platters full of assorted mini-cupcakes topped with tiny, edible flowers. Of course, should you not need to use the stand, the Honeysuckle serving platters can be placed directly on the table, adding grace and beauty as well as more than ample food carrying capacity to your table setting.