You get much less pleasure from inhaling hors d'oeuvres on-the-spot than you do by setting them down and consuming them more leisurely. The Lilobul personal platter makes it more polite for you to pause after one bite of a mini quiche or a petit four and continue in conversation at cocktail parties.
Your one hand would usually be responsible for clasping a glass of champagne, but with Vincent Olm's salver you can hold it as well as a small selection of scrumptious edibles. The object is essentially a tiny tray with a cone-shaped hole at one side that provides the perfect place for an elegant conical flute. The Lilobul can either be steadily held like an artist's palette or placed upside-down to rest upon a table.
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