Whimsical and bright, this pedestal—inspired by 1930s Jadeite glassware—is hand-pressed from the original molds, making it historically influenced and modernly merry.To buy: $80, fishseddy.com.Featured January 2013
The deep, rich color and raised edges make this stand the perfect vessel not only for a sweet treat, but also for a seasonal centerpiece. For winter, simply pile on oranges or pinecones.To buy: $10, target.com.
The delicate scalloped edges on this simple, classic plate will complement, not compete with, your latest baked creation.To buy: $15, pier1.com.
From canapés to cookies, favorite treats can be handsomely displayed on a graphic yet sophisticated porcelain pedestal.To buy: $150, graciousstyle.com.
Featuring a removable glass serving plate for easy cleanup, this antiqued-metal stand is available in two sizes, allowing you to create a tiered serving tray for cupcakes and smaller treats.To buy: From $24, thehomeport.com.
Far from traditional, this handcrafted maple server’s modern square shape catapults it to new serving heights. Now you can think inside the box with your cake shapes!To buy: $195, sarahsstands.com.
This sleek, chic stoneware stand has feminine flair and glossy sass. Imagine how that red velvet cake would pop!To buy: $60, rosannainc.com.
This understated artisanal piece will be a classic for years to come. Its elegant, shimmering craftsmanship is sure to make treats shine.To buy: $241, tabulatua.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mail