While accidentally breaking—or having a guest break—a favorite piece of dinnerware or a special family heirloom mid-dinner party is certainly frustrating, you don't have to lose all hope should a mishap occur while entertaining in your home this season.
«We’re dedicated to connecting customers with the patterns and pieces that carry fond memories and time-honored traditions,» Julie Robbins, a product specialist at Replacements, says.
We asked Robbins to share key steps to follow should a special dish shatter this season, along with tips on how Replacements can easily come to the rescue. Below, you will find her four main suggestions.
If a favorite dish breaks, you may be inclined to attempt to glue it back together on your own, assuming the pieces are on the larger side and somewhat salvageable.
However, Robbins says, this is not advisable and may cause you issues in the long run, given that even repaired items will degrade over time due to moisture from the glue. If you're eager to hold onto a meaningful broken piece in some capacity, not all hope is lost, though.
«Those pieces can still provide beauty and evoke memories in your home,» she notes. «Display those items with pride.» Robbins recommends creating a piece of art out of the broken pieces, for example.
She also suggests placing the broken shards in a decorative jar to honor the specific item or the person who gifted it or passed it down to you. Feel free to get creative with displaying a broken plate depending on your home's style and what space you want to fill.
Fear not—it may be easier than you think to track down another version of the plate that broke during last night's dinner party. If you were unsure of a piece's manufacturer, Robbins recommends
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