Does anyone still use a candy dish? We love the idea behind it -- a sweet little something for guests and family....but can they ever be back in vogue? We'd like to think so, and here are a few candy dishes that are total eye candy. (It's O.K., you can groan.)
The Incline Bowl available at Uncommon Goods, $60, is designed with a slight incline (hence the name) and looks just as good empty as it does full.
Eva Solo's Smiley Bowls, $145, are fun and functional -- and maybe a bit creepy. Is that bowl manically grinning at you?
Don't laugh, but we actually love this Tupperware candy dish, $21. Apparently, it's not being made anymore, but you can still find them on eBay and other resellers.
This 1955 Franciscan Fine Retro Candy Dish, $425.00, is definitely pricier than our other finds but it's gorgeous. A total wish list item.
This vintage find by Mighty Goods, $40, with its unusual shape can certainly be used for more than candy but we think it's best suited for finding a sweet treat under the lid.