Lifetime Brands has added flatware and serveware to its Mikasa and Towle Living brands to support consumer interest in creating unique tablescapes that complement their lifestyle.
Villeroy & Boch has added to its La Classica and Royal lines, two of its signature dinnerware collections, with new offerings for 2020.
Forty One Madison will welcome attendees with a new buyer’s lounge, experiential programming, new products and showroom updates at the New York Tabletop Market, scheduled to be held March 31 to April 3.
Gibson has revealed an extensive range of housewares from its new licensed collection with Martha Stewart. The housewares collection will be previewed at Ambiente, and will also be featured at The Inspired Home Show.
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.
Villeroy & Boch has debuted its New Moon dinnerware collection, which is said to be inspired by the asymmetrical crescent moon shape.
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.
Lenox Corporation has kicked off a rebranding campaign with the refresh of three of its websites, including Lenox, Dansk and Reed & Barton.
Mepra, an Italian manufacturer of steel flatware and tableware, has introduced the Original Vintage collection.
Robinson Home Products recently unveiled a new corporate logo, adding a modern and updated look to an enduring business, stated the company.
Robinson Home Products has expanded its CraftKitchen flatware line with new patterns and new accessories for existing styles.
Glassware made a big statement across the showrooms at the Spring New York Tabletop Market this week, with several vendors showcasing new shapes, designs, techniques and offerings to suit the changing preferences of consumers.
Spring was in the air as attendees of this year’s Spring New York Tabletop Market were greeted by billowing floral displays in the lobby of Forty One Madison. The blooms hinted at the fresh new trend oriented tableware designs that awaited in the showrooms throughout the building.