Pour on the Gravy Train.

In just nine days, the nation will be pouring the gravy and passing the mashed potatoes at Thanksgiving feast-O-rama 2010. In my book of tradition, there must exist gravy at every Turkey Day meal, or it’s a Sunday night meat and potatoes dinner. In honor of my favorite part of the family feast {okay, a mere third place to stuffing and mashed potatoes}, I want to showcase a few of my favorites from Elle Decor’s perfectly presented assortment of delectable and envy-inducing gravy boats. The simple little liquid love vessel that’s sure to fancy event the most gilded of gobble table settings.

By far, my favorite pink. The Laque de Chine sauceboat by Haviland USA, $350

By far, my favorite pink. The Laque de Chine sauceboat by Haviland USA, $350

Elegant and playful. The Malmaison Oval gravy boat by Christofle, $1,750

Elegant and playful. The Malmaison Oval gravy boat by Christofle, $1,750

Blue and white is a true classic - yes, even at Thanksgiving. Get the Prince Bleu gravy boat by Bernardaud, $625

Blue and white is a true classic - yes, even at Thanksgiving. Get the Prince Bleu gravy boat by Bernardaud, $625

This is a simply stunning story. I love the Cirque Chinois gravy boat by Tiffany & Co., $2,200

This is a simply stunning story. I love the Cirque Chinois gravy boat by Tiffany & Co., $2,200

I love this china pattern! Syracuse Blue sauceboat by Robert Haviland & C. Parlon, $850

I have blogged about this china pattern! Syracuse Blue sauceboat by Robert Haviland & C. Parlon, $850

This is its own centerpiece. Positano sauce dish by Vellum, $190

This is its own centerpiece. Positano sauce dish by Vellum, $190

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