Beatriz Ball will launch a collection with Louisiana-based ceramicist, Gretchen Murchison. The Bloom collection is scheduled to debut at the winter 2020 markets.
Pampa Bay is preparing to introduce two serveware collections at the upcoming January 2020 winter markets. The collections are named Handles and Thin & Simple.
Mepra, an Italian flatware and food service manufacturer, has acquired Punto Soave, an Italian manufacturer of custom tableware goods. Together, the brands will offer custom solutions to the hospitality market, the companies said. The merged businesses will keep operating under separate names, but the two brands will go to market together.
Eparé has expanded its beverageware assortment with a new double wall mug set.
Bordallo Pinheiro has teamed up with former supermodel Claudia Schiffer on a new tabletop collection. The new line will be in partnership with Bordallo and sister brand Vista Alegre.
OtterBox has released its Elevation 20 tumbler in four limited edition colors for the holiday season.
When it comes to new stemware, The Oneida Group has put the focus on taste, literally. The company has debuted the Flavor First collection of wine glasses developed in collaboration with wine expert and “Wine Bible” author Karen MacNeil.
Pillivuyt recently marked its 200th anniversary with a special edition dinnerware collection and has now brought the collection to the U.S. market.
Villeroy & Boch has debuted its New Moon dinnerware collection, which is said to be inspired by the asymmetrical crescent moon shape.
Lenox has unveiled the new Vintage Cherry Dot assortment from its licensed Kate Spade housewares line.
On October 30, day two of the Fall New York Tabletop Market, it was crystal clear that glassware manufacturers are researching new shapes for their offerings, particularly for wine and spirits.
Opening day, October 29, of the Fall New York Tabletop Market at Forty One Madison was full of energy, innovation and inspiration. Nature and technology emerged as two important themes throughout many of the showrooms as vendors brought forth their latest endeavors in tabletop.
Smoke, colors and new shapes will highlight the latest glassware introductions at the Fall New York Tabletop Market. In addition, vendors will continue to focus on drink-specific barware and stemware, with collections also giving a nod to cocktail culture of yesteryear.
Certified International has debuted the Madcap Cottage ceramic tabletop collection at the fall New York Tabletop Market. Madcap Cottage is a global lifestyle brand founded by designers John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon.
Creative glazes, interesting shapes and bold, new color palettes lead the latest dinnerware introductions at this year’s Fall New York Tabletop Market. Nesting dinnerware sets are also making an entrance in a big way.