Author Lisa Cowley
NY Now is inviting winter 2018 exhibitors to apply now for its sustainability: design for a better world and destination: new display programs as well as the show’s “Best New Product” Awards.
Glow Creative Innovations has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a set of porcelain dinner plates, which is inspired by nature and art nouveau, called Wild Indigo.
Homer Laughlin China has added the Fiesta floral bouquet pattern onto a tapered mug.
Overall sales declined in Fiskars’ third quarter, although the company highlighted a strong performance from its Scandinavian Living business.
Gien, as part of its winter 2018 assortment, has debuted the Les Amoureux (“The Lovers”) tableware collection.
Q Squared is debuting a new melamine line resembling stoneware in its fall introductions called The Potter Collection.
On the second day of the New York Tabletop Market, October 18, vendors focused on new ways to add interest to tabletop segments, incorporating mixed materials, new finishes and new ways to add an entertaining lifestyle element to familiar SKUs, particularly those that might be multi-functional.
The fall New York Tabletop Market kicked off with new licensing and distribution partnerships.
Gibson Overseas, Inc. will expand its mug selection in its Forty One Madison showroom at the New York Tabletop Market. With hundreds of new designs, Gibson is offering mugs in reactive glaze finishes, vibrantly colored patterns and sentimental statement designs.
Fitz and Floyd, which was recently acquired by Lifetime Brands, will showcase new holiday collections in the brand’s Forty One Madison showroom during the upcoming fall New York Tabletop Market.
Gibson Overseas and Pasabahce have formed an exclusive strategic partnership to market Pasabahce-branded glassware for U.S. retail.