New Arrivals: Gift Shop

The Bering’s Gift Shop is well-known for its traditional and elegant tableware, furniture, and decorative accessories. For many customers it is their one stop shop for items that they have been giving as gifts and collecting for many years.
With that having been said, the Gift Shop is carrying new lines from some of our current vendors and acquiring new manufacturers!

William Yeoward—American Bar

Whether you are familiar with William Yeoward Crystal or not, his newly introduced American Bar line is a must see. With prices well below $100, American Bar is quite a refreshing change from his crystal patterns which range from $104-$300 and up. The line includes barware, pitchers, and various styles of glasses. All of the pieces encompass the class and refinement that is William Yeoward, with the Corinne pattern featuring an optic look.

William Yeoward American Bar series
A piece like an ice bucket or martini pitcher with stirrer will easily update a tired barware collection. The coupe champagne glass is also a fun and retro way to celebrate good times.

Niven Morgan—Candles and fragrance

Niven Morgan display case at our Bissonnet locationThe Dallas-based fragrance designer, Niven Morgan, is the newest addition to our home fragrance and bath product area. In the Gift Shop you will find the fragrances Jean Baptiste 1717, Blue Scent, and Gold Scent. The brand boasts candles, perfumes, lotions, and soaps that reflect the numerous parts of the world its creator has traveled. One of the line’s many perks, besides its chic packaging and overall pleasant scent, is that it appeals to both men and women. It is an excellent gift to give because the fragrance is mild and gender neutral and also to receive due to its luxurious smell and feel.


If you are in the market for a new china pattern, or simply looking for a fresh design to compliment your current collection you must stop by and take a look at Soleil Levant by Bernardaud. Soleil Levant is similar in design to Elysee by Bernardaud, but about half as expensive. At $75 dollars a dinner plate, Soleil Levant is a less expensive alternative to some of Bernardaud’s other patterns which can run upwards of $150 dollars for a dinner plate. Another great feature of this pattern is that it consists of simple gold accents on a white porcelain base. This simplicity makes it easy to integrate the pattern into your current décor and pair it with a previously collected place setting.

Bernardaud Soleil Levant

Beatriz Ball is a tabletop line that we’ve had the honor of carrying for over a year now, and our inventory is constantly growing. What makes Beatriz Ball stand apart from other like manufacturers is the ability to go from oven to table and freezer to table instantly. The collections are made of aluminum alloy and hand-molded by artisans in Mexico. Beatriz Ball is also well-liked because it does not tarnish like silver-plate serving pieces. With Beatriz Ball impromptu houseguests are welcomed and can effortlessly be entertained in style. Over the past few months we’ve added the Ocean and Western collections to our shelves, and the response has been great! We also continue to carry the ever-popular Soho and Organic Pearl styles, just to name a few. Prices start around $35.Beatriz Ball Ocean and Western

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