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“Consider it Done” Boutique is the DC metropolitan area's largest authorized retailer of Moser Glass, Herend Porcelain and unique hand-picked pieces from St. Louis, Seguso, Baccarat and Bernardaud

We launched a brand new online store with our best picks of limited, rare and exclusive items for purchase.

“Consider it Done” boutique is an authorized retailer for hand-made artisans of Baccarat, Bernarduad Limoges, Christofle, Herend, Moser, Raynaud Limoges, Saint*Louis Crystal, Sambonet, Segvso Murano Glass, and Versace. Clients love us because we concentrate in rare, hard to find items and limited pieces. For 25 years “Consider it Done” has offered a superior, personalized shopping experience in our downtown Bethesda, Maryland store. Focusing in luxury tableware, barware, crystal, glassware, porcelain, lighting, and chandeliers. “Consider it Done” specializes in unique custom dining arrangements that will reflect your personal taste . For example, we have unique chargers, service plates, knife rests, figurines and so much more to select from.

We specialize in the hard-to-find, unique pieces from top luxury dining brands.  We carry tableware, barware, glassware, porcelain, lighting, chandeliers, dining sets, chargers, service plates, knife rests, figurines and so much more.

Timothy D. Albrecht has been organizing fundraisers, special events and private parties all over the nation for over a decade. His work has been seen in the Washington Post, Express and many other credible publications.

Events and Involvement

Consider it Done provided Seguso glass at Smithsonian Womens Committee 50th Anniversary
Consider it Done at the Smithsonian Womens Committee 50th Anniversary

Timothy Albrecht and Consider it Done recently sponsored the Smithsonian Women’s Committee’s 50th Anniversary celebration luncheon with a private display of Seguso glass.  View the gallery of the event »

Community Praise

“…The shop is eye candy for the tabletop lover, but so much more…”
— Judith Beermann, The Georgetown Dish
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“Consider It Done is breathtaking – a museum of creations from the hands and hearts of artisans.”
— Linda Kotis, Design in Third Person
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