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Pour on the comfort with vibrant pitchers and pots that add visual pleasure to seasonal cider and hot tea. As for those pumpkin-spice cookies, heap them on a tray for guest-worthy presentation



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Pumpkin-colored pitcher, $50, The League Shop, Grosse Pointe Farms; 313-882-6880.

Fiesta sugar/creamer set, $34.99, Macy’s; macys.com.

Damask tray in camel linen, $32, The Italian Dish, Birmingham; 248-593-8299.

Tea-for-One set, $98, Anthropologie, Birmingham; 248-593-5653, Somerset Collection North, Troy; 248-458-1976.

Black teapot, $28, The Bureau of Urban Living, Detroit; 313-839-9396. 


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Green leaf plate, $45, Paris Antiques, Royal Oak; 248-542-9594.

Judith Weber teapot (with two cups), $200, Pewabic Pottery, Detroit; 313-882-0954.

Antique tin, $8, Odd Fellows Antiques, Berkley; 248-399-6098.

Casafina Madeira patterned oval platter, $48, The League Shop, Grosse Pointe Farms; 313-882-6880.

Jonathan Adler Whale pitcher, $125, Art Loft, Birmingham; 248-647-4007. // Red teacup, $12.99, plate, $6.95, Teavana, Somerset Collection North, Troy; 248-649-5461.

Yellow Lipton teapot, $24, Paris Antiques, Royal Oak; 248-542-9594.


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Fiesta pitcher, $31.99, Macy’s; macys.com.

Clay canister, $30, Goldfish Tea, Royal Oak; 248-541-5252.

Plate, $22, Odd Fellows Antiques, Berkley; 248-399-6098.

Folk art teapot, $38, Anthropologie, Birmingham; 248-593-5653, Somerset Collection North, Troy; 248-458-1976.

Tea tin, $10, Paris Antiques, Royal Oak; 248-542-9594.

Red teapot, $19.99, Home Goods; homegoods.com.

Turquoise spiral teacup, $14.95, Teavana, Somerset Collection North, Troy; 248-649-5461.

Brown coffee pot, $7, Odd Fellows Antiques, Berkley; 248-399-6098.

Cameron three-shelf bookcase, $299, Pottery Barn Kids, Somerset Collection North, Troy; 248-643-0172.
 

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