Tabletop | Spring Beautıes in New York | April 2014
This month’s New York Spring Tabletop Show promises fresh additions to successful, longstanding programs; new serveware options in a variety of materials and configurations; a scattering of romantic florals; more dinnerware from Portugal; and colorful, highly detailed patterns reminiscent of tile work.
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A wall lamp is new in the Belle de Nuit collection.
Park Residence, richly decorated in gold on warm mahogany brown rims, expands with new accessories. nikkoceramics.com
Olhar o Brazil is a vibrant, bold tribute to its namesake that incorporates the country’s flora and fauna into a porcelain tableware collection. vistaalegreatlantis.com
Rose gold relief prints used in the 100% Coffee collection bring a touch of distinction
to the table.
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and a return
Renaissance Red dinnerware is inspired by the decorative motifs used by Scottish neo-classical architect and designer Robert Adam. wedgwood.com
Fiesta ware pieces made for casual buffet-style entertaining debut, including the three-tiered server, in several colorways. hlchina.com
Diamant barware and stemware incorporates the diamond cuts Baccarat is known for. baccarat.fr
The Naos Water Glass’ waves and swirls are embossed on the inside of the glass. bormioliroccousa.com
Godinger continues its bridal/Mother’s Day themes with line extensions of European handcut crystal stemware and giftware.
Concerto tumblers are made from Vidivi’s
Butterfly Meadow presents a new choice in gift boxed sets featuring bold garden trellis designs in green, blue, pink and yellow hues. lenox.com
Serveware in all shapes and sizes debuts, including Maya platters and bowls.
A new border design with classic poinsettia and holly has been created for the Christmas Tree pattern. spode.com
Akoya bone china dinnerware is inspired by delicate pearl jewelry, with a unique iridescent design on each piece. mikasa.com
London-based home designer Charlene Mullen’s “blackwork” and “scenic” embroidered textile designs make up the London’s Calling collection.
The Triple Dish Multi-bowl snack dish will be featured n the company’s new 41 Madison showroom. josephjoseph.com
The organic shape of Holiday Ruffle melamine dinnerware is inspired by vintage midcentury wrapping papers. qsquarednyc.com
The delightful gold and platinum dots of Pearl Place make the case for the ultimate chic motif. lenox.com
Agape Under One Sun is a pattern that represents how we all live under the same sun, created in memory of a woman who cared for foster children. cru-intl.com
Vista Alegre now offers its expansive Bordallo Pinheiro ceramics collection through its Quick Ship program.
Glass dinnerware patterns debut in sets and open-stock assortments. pasabahce.com
Mikasa Antique White Blue Floral dinnerware features soft blue tones that illuminate the floral designs. mikasa.com
Algarve is a new high-fired, decorated earthenware collection in the Zrike brand. zrikebrands.com
Stylesetter’s Ice Cold Mason Jar Beverage Dispenser features a blue-tinted embossed front and back decoration, with a carrying handle and gasket lid. jaycompanies.com
Portuguese dinnerware is handpainted terracotta with a variety of accessories to accompany the standard dinnerware set. gibsonusa.com
Greyson Gold serveware is the newest addition to the Greyson Collection, offering contemporary shapes with a gold finish. mikasa.com
Steak knives with a textural python-patterned handle are new in the Argent brand. hamptonforge.com
The new Fiesta collection features the new Poppy color, as well as two new patterns, Wavy and Plaid. tervis.com
The Oceana Collection captures the beauty of the sea in salad bowls,
serving dishes and seafood essentials like a lobster cracker. nambe.coma
With the Energy collection, designer Anna Ehrner continues to develop her technique with coiled glass. kostaboda.us
The Kitchen to Table line offers products that prep, serve and store simply and efficiently. zakdesigns.com
Royal Albert offers a new range of floral fine bone china mugs packaged in pretty tins. royalalbert.com
Uptown Studio offers a vivid take on dinnerware in a variety of styles and colors, with crackle reactive glazes as well as matte finishes. gibsonusa.com
The Burbs offers carved stoneware dinnerware sets in core colors layered with whimsical mix-and-match patterned melamine, color rimmed glassware and flatware. dansk.com
Merkado’s origin derives from ancient Roman ruins in the old city of Jerusalem. euroceramicainc.com