industry insider | Sep 22, 2016 |
Preview: Tabletop Show returns to FortyOne Madison
Boh staff
By STAFF

Returning to FortyOne Madison over September 27 to 30, The New York Tabletop Show will host an Interior Designer Day on September 29, including a private breakfast with Metropolitan Home editor Kaitlin Petersen and designer Jon Call. This season’s show is also debuting a new digital platform, Table 41, designed to connect visitors with designers and other leaders in the tabletop industry. Lenox designer Lisa Archambault will lead the coverage on the site. 

The show will feature many product introductions, among them: 

Vista Alegre will showcase its new Holi collection, along with tableware, barware and giftware in its 9th-floor showroom.

Saint-Louis, Puiforcat and Hermès will debut new collections on the 22nd floor.

Kiyasa Group will launch the Laguna Vase Collection for Dogale Venezia; the Luminous Collection for Prouna Fine Bone China; the Python multicolored trays and table accessories for Kiyasa Signature Home; and the mouth-blown crystal Luna Decanters for Greggio Silver. Kiyasa is the exclusive distributor of these brands and Lehmann Glass.

Wedgwood is launching the Vera Wang Elements of Style Collection, targeting a younger generation of consumers.
Luminous Collection, by Prouna Fine Bone China

Richard Ginori will launch new tabletop pieces, including the Perroquets collection and the Manifattura 1946 vases collection, as well as new decorative accessories in the brand’s 17th-floor showroom.

Make International, a British company founded in 2005, will open its first-ever North American showroom, offering its tabletop and accessories collections.

Reed & Barton will debut its Thomas O’Brien collection.

L’Objet will debut an innovative black dinnerware collection called Alchimie Black.

A collaborative work of young, talented designers with Iittala, Teema Tiimi will debut four new items to its global collection. Other Iittala debuts include a new light blue shade for the Teema mugs and plates; and the introduction of the 2017 color, Ultramarine Blue, which was designed to honor to the company’s 100-year anniversary.

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