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Hand-painted stoneware egg trays elevate a cocktail-party classic

Has the Mad Men effect extended to appetizers, too? Devilled eggs, those bite-sized staples of sixties-era soirées, are making a big-time comeback, even appearing on the menus of high-end restaurants. To show off your best Betty Draper efforts, pick up one of these hand-painted stoneware egg trays suggestive of an artist's palette. Capable of holding up to 16 creamy creations, they're the ideal receptacles for a cocktail-party classic. $19.95 through www.ashtongreen.com.

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