I've long admired the handcrafted wooden goods from Live Wire Farm. Their wall hooks and spoons are one-of-a-kind, as are these timber napkin rings, each one made of Vermont hardwood and sanded to a smooth, fine finish.
Wooden napkin rings are surprisingly versatile, going from an outdoor summer picnic table to an indoor candlelit dinner with ease. But I think they're particularly nice at this time of year, especially when paired with the other warm colors and autumn decor elements often found on a Thanksgiving table.
You can purchase Live Wire Farm's napkin rings here ($20 a ring), but if you think that's too steep a price, and you have a little time and crafty ability, you can also make your own tree branch napkin rings thanks to this tutorial from Curbly!
Buy it! Timber Napkin Rings, $20 each from Live Wire Farm
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(Image: Live Wire Farm)