Love finding quirky serveware ideas to brighten up your table? We’ve featured Uncommon Goods before, but never tire of the fun and unusual products they sell. If you’re looking for some unusual ways to serve up party food, or are shopping for home-related gifts for friends or family who are foodies, Uncommon Goods have some seriously quirky serveware ideas available. Here are some of our favourite table serving pieces, all of which ship to the UK and US.
Row boat serving bowl
Designed in the shape of a boat, the aluminium row boat serving bowl comes complete with wooden utensils (aka oars) that are carved from sheesham wood. It’s an unusual design and great for adding a focal point on a table.
The popcorn bowl with kernel sifter
Hurrah, no more un-popped kernels in your popcorn! This clever stoneware popcorn bowl has been designed with a colander-inspired bottom, so it filters out all those annoying kernels that haven’t popped. It’s made by ceramicist Catherine Smith and, once caught and trapped, the pesky kernels can be easily removed by lifting out the filtering disc.
Mixtape plate set
What’s not to love about these 80s style mixtape plates? The set of four useful rectangular shaped plates are decorated with bright and colourful 80s style artwork, so you can relieve the joy of the good old mixtape as you serve or eat.
Rowboat serving bowl with napkin holder
Another clever row boat design, this serving bowl has four sections within its aluminium hull which are ideal for holding party food and snacks. The sail doubles up as a useful place to hold napkins, whilst the four wooden oar-like spoons are perfect for using to serve dips or olives. One of the most unusual and quirky serveware ideas we’ve come across!
Nachosaurus snack and dip set
What better way to serve nachos to guests than on the back of a stegosaurus dinosaur?! The set comes with a dip bowl, styled like a volcano, that’s perfect for adding guacomole, or your favourite dip accompaniment, to.1