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Blog: More New York Tabletop Show Discoveries

Spode Home

NEW YORK-The New York Tabletop Show ends today, wrapping up what several vendors said has been a satisfying show. Gibson outlined some of what it considers the key trends going forward: Au Naturel, a catch-all phrase for handcrafted pottery looks that display the hand of the artist; black and white; global blue (the key hueMore »

Last updated: October 24, 2014

Blog: News from the New York Tabletop Show

Noritake

The New York Tabletop Show is in full swing. Lifetime Brands is introducing a wide array of new dinnerware, glassware and flatware, most of which is contemporary and casual, in muted neutrals, pale pastels and the color combination of the moment, indigo and white. Lifetime also introduced Towle dinnerware, designed to coordinate with existing popularMore »

Last updated: October 22, 2014

Tabletop Show Opens in New York

Forty One Madison

NEW YORK-The fall edition of the twice-yearly New York Tabletop Show begins today. Buyers from across the country and from diverse channels of distribution will head to Forty One Madison, 230 Fifth Ave. and individual showrooms around the city to view the newest dinnerware, glassware and flatware on offer. Expect to see plenty of indigoMore »

Last updated: October 21, 2014

Houzz’s Study Full of Surprises

Duke_Ratliff

By Duke Ratliff “Trendy” just might be a dirty word when it comes to home furnishings. As retailers head to the New York Tabletop Show and the High Point Market this month for two of the year’s most important product-procuring events, it’s more than a little interesting to note that consumers are not big onMore »

Last updated: October 13, 2014

A Milestone for Forty One Madison

Laurie Burns

When Forty One Madison opens its doors for the New York Tabletop Show this month, it will herald a significant milestone—its 40th anniversary as a tabletop showroom building. One hundred fifteen brands call Forty One Madison home, ranging from first tenants Noritake (the very first to sign a lease), Mr. Christmas, Nikko, Oneida, Reed &More »

Last updated: October 13, 2014

Gibson: Innovation Is Source of Growth

Ree Drummond

Fashion leadership, expanding license partnerships define the 35-year-old company By Allison Zisko Big, diverse and on target with trends, Gibson Overseas will showcase its strengths—in reactive glazes, in solid color and whiteware programs, and in fashion leadership—at the New York Tabletop Show this month. It will also lay out plans for its newest—and quite possiblyMore »

Last updated: October 13, 2014

Lifetimes Cultivates License with Kim Parker

Lifetime Kim Parker

GARDEN CITY, N.Y.–Lifetime Brands will launch a dinnerware collection designed by licensed artist Kim Parker at the New York Tabletop Show later this month. The six inaugural patterns are called India Garden, depicting the rich colors and patterns found in the textiles and fabrics of India; Provence Garden, an interpretation of a French countryside garden;More »

Last updated: October 8, 2014

Gibson Faces New Frontier with Ree Drummond License

Ree Drummond

COMMERCE, Calif.–Gibson has signed a license agreement with Ree Drummond, perhaps better known as The Pioneer Woman and for her Food Network television program, cookbooks, website and blog that recount her life with her family on a ranch in Oklahoma. Gibson and Drummond plan to create a line of food prep, cook, serve, dine, drinkMore »

Last updated: October 7, 2014