Tag Archives: Duck Dynasty

Classy Art Teams Up with Duck Commander

classy art

HOUSTON–Classy Art Wholesalers Inc., a supplier of framed and unframed wall decor, has joined up with Duck Commander, which is owned by the Robertson family, stars of “Duck Dynasty,” for a licensed line. The line will include a variety of framed prints, mirrors, canvases and metal wall decor, and camouflage will be used throughout—but inMore »

Last updated: September 11, 2014

Duck Commander Kitchen and Kai USA Partner Up for Cutlery Line

Kai USA Ltd

TUALATIN, Ore.—Duck Commander, the duck call manufacturer that is owned by the Robertson family, which star on A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” has teamed up with Kai USA to develop the official Duck Commander Kitchen knife set under Kai’s Pure Komachi brand. With exclusive patterns and colors, the inaugural knife collections will be unveiled in 2015 andMore »

Last updated: August 27, 2014

King Koil Gains Licenses for Donny Osmond, Duck Dynasty Mattress Lines


WILLOWBROOK, Ill.-King Koil has signed agreements for licensed mattress collections with both Donny Osmond Home and the A&E Networks television series “Duck Dynasty.” The Duck Dynasty collection will be on display at this month’s Las Vegas Market, in King Koil’s showroom in building A, rooms 535 to 547, of the World Market Center. It willMore »

Last updated: July 11, 2014

Blog: Tabletop Scraps from Market

Gorham Dinnerware

NEW YORK-The first full day of any trade show tends to be a blur of people and product, a blitz of new patterns, colors and presentations, all to be sorted out and categorized at a later date. It’s tough to summarize the essence of market after only one day, but with all those caveats aside,More »

Last updated: October 17, 2013

Gibson to Launch Duck Dynasty Collection


COMMERCE, Calif.–Gibson has signed a license agreement with  Duck Dynasty, the popular reality television show, and will preview the line at the New York tabletop Show next week. Duck Dynasty follows the Robertson family, successful and notably bearded entrepreneurs who made their fortune selling duck calls. The show has attracted more than 11 million viewersMore »

Last updated: October 11, 2013