Dinner Invitations

Elevated entertaining is an overarching theme touching many of the designs dinnerware manufacturers will debut at the New York Tabletop Market. Metallic finishes and accents continues to play a strong role, while texture adds new layers of interest. Creamy hues and reimagined classic patterns will also be strong this season.

Lenox’s Just Desserts collection is focused on entertaining essentials in assorted blue and white patterns. It includes teapot, trays, a tiered server, tidbits, sorbet bowls and other sets of four.

Annieglass’
24k gold Jackson dinner and serveware feature splatters and drips of gold luster
in round shapes with a frayed looking
torn edge.

Lifetime’s Mikasa Mellie
hints at Victorian style, with light blue
and gold tones reminiscent of a botanical
print and a traditional rim shape, while a mix-and-match geometric pattern gives it modern appeal.

Villeroy & Boch’s Manufacture collection combines porcelain with craftsmanship inspired by natural materials with strong color accents. The new Glow assortment features metal-free décor color in a metallic-like sheen.

Gibson infused its Elite dinnerware collection with soft, creamy hues and new interpretations of classic embossed designs.

Revol’s Caractère dinnerware features an imperfect inner rim and a round outer rim, making the collection stackable. It features the company’s signature black ceramic on the rim and comes in white and six warm spice- inspired colors.