Shine Bright with Metallic Elements

The Metallic Elements Collection has been "glaming up" buffet displays and tabletops since June 2019! The three sparkling finishes that make up this collection are vintage gold, rose gold, and dark tungsten. Did you know the inspiration for these finishes came from luxurious jewelry? Read more here.

The collection is filled with out most popular and high-quality products, and it continues to grow. Here's a quick look at all the products in our collection.


Color Me S-VAC Airpot

These Stainless Insulated Airpots have a shorter profile, allowing them to fit under most major brewers. With a 3-liter capacity and NSF listing, these airpots display quality and shine for any restaurant or coffee shop.


Altus Carafes

Get 4–6 hour heat retention with our Altus Carafes! These Carafes have a slim profile, flip-top lid, and polished zinc handle making for a beautiful table presentation!


Party Tubs

Keep your beverages chilled with our Metallic Personal Party Tubs! Double wall insulation keeps drinks cold for hours, and significantly reduces condensation build-up on the exterior.


Cold Beverage Dispenser and Drip Trays

Our Cold Beverage Dispenser line continues to grow! Now available in all three metallic finishes and with a stainless spigot. Pair together with a matching drip tray for the complete look. NSF listed for commercial foodservice applications.


Slim Water Pitcher

Enhance your water service with a NSF listed Metallic Slim Pitcher! These servers have an attached ice guard and a thin handle making it easy to carry and transport multiples at the same time.


Non-Slip Serving Trays

Last but not least, our Metallic Non-Slip Serving Trays make a statement whether you're serving drinks or displaying food and beverages. These trays include a removable insert for easy cleaning, and are stackable for convenient storage.

This is only the beginning of our Metallic Elements Collection. We can't wait to see the continuous excitement around the collection. Which product do you want to see "go metallic" next?

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