Though it looks dainty and delicate, this vessel is microwave and dishwasher safe.To buy: $62, suefisherking.com.
Larger than most, this striking hand-blown glass gravy boat is suitable for pouring or serving with a ladle.To buy: $27, crateandbarrel.com.
Hand-crafted of ceramic with a bright-blue exterior, this is a fun and artsy option for serving gravy.To buy: $110, healthceramics.com.
Handmade in northern Italy, this boat will add Renaissance flair to your table setting. Hand wash.To buy: $168, tabulatua.com.
Modern and simple, and made of mouth-blown glass, it’s a clear choice for gravy, salad dressings, and other sauces.To buy: $26, lekkerhome.com.
This raspberry-glazed stoneware bowl would look great standing next to a lush berry-and-greenery centerpiece.To buy: $42, csnstores.com.
Engraved with the word ‘gravy,’ this charming piece looks like it was handed down from your great-grandmother.To buy: $39, potterybarn.com.
Made of bone china, it would look right at home on a casual or formal table.To buy: $90, csnstores.com.
Designer Michael Aram’s signature twig motif adorns the gold-plated handles of this beautiful stainless-steel duo.To buy: $99, gracioushome.com.
White china trimmed with platinum bands, make this a must-have for any formal table. Comes with a matching serving stand.To buy: $55, mikasa.com.See all Daily Finds from this month