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Tabletop | Mining for Opportunities | May 2013

Tabletop manufacturers at last month's New York Tabletop Show focused on what they see as profitable niches in the market, such as small giftables, executive desk items for men, and introductions from partnerships with party planners and set designers.

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  • Fortune dinnerware represents a new company effort to showcase its design capability. nikkoceramics.com
    Nikko Fortune dinnerware represents a new company effort to showcase its design capability. nikkoceramics.com
  • Gibson targeted the bridal market with its new Nambé Tilt collection. gibsonusa.com
    Gibson targeted the bridal market with its new Nambé Tilt collection. gibsonusa.com
  • Hammersmith Gold dinnerware offer a luxe look in matte gold. mikasa.com
    Mikasa Hammersmith Gold dinnerware offer a luxe look in matte gold. mikasa.com
  • Form follows function in new Naturally Norwegian flatware from Oneida. robinsonus.com
    Form follows function in new Naturally Norwegian flatware from Oneida. robinsonus.com
  • Barriera Corallina dinnerware from Mottahedeh’s Tony Duquette collection. mottahedeh.com
    Barriera Corallina dinnerware from Mottahedeh’s Tony Duquette collection. mottahedeh.com
  • TTU launched the colorful Novogratz collection. ttucorp.com
    TTU launched the colorful Novogratz collection. ttucorp.com
  • Party planner Sharon Sacks created this ombré effect pattern for Lenox. lenox.com
    Party planner Sharon Sacks created this ombré effect pattern for Lenox. lenox.com