Reston Lloyd Tidbit Tray

Reston Lloyd Tidbit Tray

$16 from Hayneedle

A recent move to a larger facility in Sterling, Virginia, is the new home of Reston Lloyd corporate headquarters. A recognized and reliable company in the housewares industry, Reston Lloyd offers a delightful variety of household items that are always in line with the most up-to-date trends of dinnerware manufacturers. Reston Lloyd's product line includes accessories that complement and further extend the products of companies such as Pfaltzgraff, Corning, and Disney. Since company president Rita Bolle held the first department store Clay cooking demonstration in 1968, Reston Lloyd had developed and flourished as an industry standard.

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