Oct 31, 2019 | New York |
Top trends from New York Tabletop Market
Top trends from New York Tabletop Market

The New York Tabletop Market at Forty One Madison introduced a breadth of new products and collections this October, with many of the over 90 showrooms dictating trends for the upcoming season.  

L’Objet, Herend, Royal Worcester and M. Legere honed in on their animal instincts with exotic collections inspired by land and sea creatures alike. TarHong, Vista Alegre, Tomodachi, Annieglass and Daum were down to earth with sustainable, environmentally friendly designs. Mepra SpA, Spode and Christofle put a twist on classics with vintage-inspired designs and bold new colorways. Porcel, Euro Ceramica and Vista Alegre were inspired by the tiled streets of Portugal. 

Images by Kevin Lau.

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L’Objet’s new spotted dinnerware
L’Objet’s new spotted dinnerware
L’Objet’s new spotted dinnerware
Mugs by Royal Worcester
Mugs by Royal Worcester
Mugs by Royal Worcester
Proceeds from the Vista Alegre Amazonia collection will be donated to restoring the Amazon’s Mato Grosso area.
Proceeds from the Vista Alegre Amazonia collection will be donated to restoring the Amazon’s Mato Grosso area.
Proceeds from the Vista Alegre Amazonia collection will be donated to restoring the Amazon’s Mato Grosso area.
Daum’s new limited-edition statue is made of recycled crystal.
Daum’s new limited-edition statue is made of recycled crystal.
Daum’s new limited-edition statue is made of recycled crystal.
In honor of Spode’s 250th anniversary, the Heritage collection evokes a medley of archived patterns.
In honor of Spode’s 250th anniversary, the Heritage collection evokes a medley of archived patterns.
In honor of Spode’s 250th anniversary, the Heritage collection evokes a medley of archived patterns.
Euro Ceramica’s Portuguese Workshop collection
Euro Ceramica’s Portuguese Workshop collection
Euro Ceramica’s Portuguese Workshop collection
Herend’s new dolphin figurine
Herend’s new dolphin figurine
Herend’s new dolphin figurine
Emilie Clark’s designs for M. Legere.
Emilie Clark’s designs for M. Legere.
Emilie Clark’s designs for M. Legere.
Tomodachi’s new cutlery is made of rice husk and 50% less plastic than previous designs.
Tomodachi’s new cutlery is made of rice husk and 50% less plastic than previous designs.
Tomodachi’s new cutlery is made of rice husk and 50% less plastic than previous designs.
Mepra SpA re-imagined vintage designs and delivered them wrapped in newspapers from the year the originals were created.
Mepra SpA re-imagined vintage designs and delivered them wrapped in newspapers from the year the originals were created.
Mepra SpA re-imagined vintage designs and delivered them wrapped in newspapers from the year the originals were created.
Porcel’s Blue Legacy and Adamastor collections
Porcel’s Blue Legacy and Adamastor collections
Porcel’s Blue Legacy and Adamastor collections
A starfish figurine by Herend
A starfish figurine by Herend
A starfish figurine by Herend
TarHong’s new collection is composed primarily of plant-based materials and made of bamboo powder.
TarHong’s new collection is composed primarily of plant-based materials and made of bamboo powder.
TarHong’s new collection is composed primarily of plant-based materials and made of bamboo powder.
Annieglass’s Elements collection is inspired by nature and made of 100% reused and upcycled glass.
Annieglass’s Elements collection is inspired by nature and made of 100% reused and upcycled glass.
Annieglass’s Elements collection is inspired by nature and made of 100% reused and upcycled glass.
Christofle’s infamous flatware was created in a new bold colorway in partnership with Pharrell Williams and Jean Imbert.
Christofle’s infamous flatware was created in a new bold colorway in partnership with Pharrell Williams and Jean Imbert.
Christofle’s infamous flatware was created in a new bold colorway in partnership with Pharrell Williams and Jean Imbert.
Vista Alegre’s Calcada Portuguesa is a tribute to the streets of Lisbon.
Vista Alegre’s Calcada Portuguesa is a tribute to the streets of Lisbon.
Vista Alegre’s Calcada Portuguesa is a tribute to the streets of Lisbon.