October 15, 1998 Tales of the Table From crystal to casseroles, the very best kitchen and dining room supplies thrive in France's culinary capital By Linda Dannenberg If you are smitten by the gleam of a crystal glass, the gilt trim of a translucent porcelain plate or the sensuous feel of a smoothly crafted horn-handled knife, and never quite feel that your kitchen and dining room are complete, then Paris is a dangerous city for you.
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