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ChipmunkSundays Tue 10-Jan-17 14:33:34

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sonlypuppyfat Tue 10-Jan-17 14:37:20

Watching with interest I'd like one of those too

RTKangaMummy Tue 10-Jan-17 14:42:02

What about using a saucer or side plate on the table?

I made a spoon rest platter thingy when I was doing a pottery evening class many years ago but keep it in kitchen next to hob to use it when stirring sauces etc

Ilovecaindingle Tue 10-Jan-17 14:42:08

Laura Ashley.
I have one that has other crockery to match. Lasagne dish /pie dishes. .

ScruffyTheJanitor Tue 10-Jan-17 14:43:52

Our serving spoons have built in rests to stop the end touching the table.
They work well providing you tap the majority of sauce off, if that makes sense.

PseudoBadger Tue 10-Jan-17 14:44:35

Kitchen roll wink

ScruffyTheJanitor Tue 10-Jan-17 14:50:07

I can't find the ones I actually have, but these are similar:

The handle is weighted to keep the tool end off the work tops or tables.

I hope that's making sense. grin

ChipmunkSundays Tue 10-Jan-17 15:38:49

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jellyshoeswithdiamonds Tue 10-Jan-17 15:42:59

My mother has several of these

My dishes don't have lids so serving spoons are left in the dishes.

Moresaltedcaramel Tue 10-Jan-17 15:55:05

Just back from the local garden centre where I happened to overhear 2 women discussing the spoon rest which were in the sale - colourful, ceramic, but I didn't pay much attention.
I like Anthropologie and they have quite a few -

Ilovecaindingle Tue 10-Jan-17 16:01:24

Lisette floral leaf pattern - with other matching items the website states. . Laura Ashley website.

LaundryQueenHatesIroning Tue 10-Jan-17 16:08:53

I saw some lovely ones, just as you describe, in TK Maxx, they looked liked marble. I fancied one but they were about £15 and I couldn't justify the expense on myself!

ChipmunkSundays Wed 11-Jan-17 07:57:49

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GU24Mum Wed 11-Jan-17 19:57:29

I've had one of these for years - it's melamine so is fairly tough. It may not be your style but it's not hugely expensive either.

RoganJosh Wed 11-Jan-17 20:01:17

Caramel - I've just been sucked into a whole world of Anthropologie home! It's gorgeous.

Moresaltedcaramel Wed 11-Jan-17 23:15:55

RoganJosh - isn't it just! I love it, but mostly just have to fantasise!

specialsubject Thu 12-Jan-17 09:44:10

A device called a plate. Goes in the dishwasher afterwards and is multi purpose.

NoraDora Thu 12-Jan-17 09:48:22

I have a couple of melamine ones from dunelm Mill.

I also saw them at boundary mill if you have one nearby. Garden centres are full of them too.

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