Holiday entertaining might up the sweets ante for a month or so, but thankfully, there is no one season for desserts — they’re a year-round food staple. As the grand finale to a meal, these sweet concoctions deserve to be presented in pieces that enhance the ­experience. Tina Frey’s cute Rabbit Dome-covered cake plate ($220) and Klein Reid’s porcelain and hand-turned walnut Emily bowl ($144) both raise the ­dessert course to new heights. Rosanna’s old-fashioned fluted gelato cups are just screaming for ice cream ($54 for a set of four). And Tiffany & Co.’s bone china Fifth Avenue Dessert Plate with ­whimsical illustrations of New York City ­landmarks, including Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge ($85), as well as Thomas Paul’s melamine ­Metamorphosis plates, each depicting a different butterfly ($36 for a set of four), are so beautiful in and of themselves that they could be hung on a wall. Which could be a good diet strategy, or perhaps just the decorative version of having your cake and eating it too.