Tag Archives: New York Tabletop Show

Q Squared Launches Candles

Q Squared Candles

NEW YORK–Tabletop company Q Squared NYC is expanding into home fragrance. The melamine maker will introduce Bijou Candles at the New York Tabletop Show, April 22-25. The initial collection includes three different product groupings, with three different styles of melamine containers and fragrances inspired by each container’s design. For example, the Natural group features threeMore »

Shinepukur Ceramics Joins Forty One Madison Fold

Shinepukur Ceramics

NEW YORK–Shinepukur Ceramics is the newest tenant at tabletop showroom building Forty One Madison Avenue. The Bangladesh-based factory, which manufactures bone china and porcelain for both the consumer and foodservice markets, will debut a 1,100-square-foot showroom on the 15th floor for the New York Tabletop Show, April 22-25. “We are proud to be a partnerMore »

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 »

New York Tabletop Show is Underway

New York

NEW YORK-The fall edition of the bi-annual 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 Avenue, 7 W and individual showrooms around the city to view the newest dinnerware, glassware and flatware on offer. Among the licensed launchesMore »

Meyer to Debut Bonjour Brand at Tabletop Show

BonjourSweetSparrow

NEW YORK–Meyer Corp. is extending its Bonjour brand—known for coffee presses and glass tea pots—into the tabletop arena with the debut of 13 dinnerware designs at the New York Tabletop Show next week. The casual assortments will be made from stoneware and porcelain and will be available in set configurations along with multiple serving piecesMore »

Tabletop | Mining for Opportunities | May 2013

Nikko Fortune

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.—Allison Zisko