Show will run from Tuesday 10 to Friday 13 October, we highlight Rosenthal USA, Nambé, Haviland, Portmeirion and Typhoon
Opening today, the New York Tabletop Show will play host to visitors from across North America and further afield. TI looks at some key exhibitors who have showrooms at 41 Madison:
Rosenthal USA : Floor 1
The TAC service by Walter Gropius gets a modern colour make over. A light grey and a soft dark blue with subtle grey nuances provide a fitting update for this iconic Bauhaus-inspired design. Together they form a harmonious color mix that opens a fresh chapter in the timeless appeal of Rosenthal. Also look out for Tac Sensual, Medusa Garland, Raynaud’s new Imari pattern and new plate decorations from the group’s brands all enhanced by Sambonet’s wide range of special finishes, combining PVD colours with decorative/tactile textures.
Haviland: Floor 6
Visit Haviland to see the stunning Infini collection – which also includes a dinner service and tealight holders – embodies elegance and modernity with geometric carving. When light hits the surface, it enhances the cut grooves that reveal two textures, matte and gloss enamel application.
Nambé: Floor 19
Nambé has so many exciting things being presented at the October Tabletop show. Each collection is truly unique and brings a mid-century modern flair to the home and kitchen spaces. Eat Your Heart Out – pictured – is a mixed material heart shaped entertaining collection embracing the relationship between acacia wood and marble. Circa, a stainless steel and black resin combination is bringing a new and fresh perspective to classic and timeless bodies. Along with the new showstopping collections, Nambé is launching extensions to it’s Yin Yang and Portables collections.
The Nambé showroom can be found within the Portmeirion Group space on the 19th Floor of 41 Madison. All new collections and product additions can be found first at www.nambe.com.
Portmeirion Group USA: Floor 19
Portmeirion will be introducing a new gift collection – Botanic Garden Bouquet Sentiments – at the New York Tabletop Show. A perfect gift to express your love for someone special. The beautiful rose motifs are delicate reproductions taken from the Portmeirion archives. Each piece features a lovely rose botanical, hand painted sculptural rose blossoms and a simple sentiment of love. The collection includes a heart shaped vase, stacking tea for two, serving platter, tea tidy, trinket dish, and trinket box.
Typhoon Homewares : Floor 8
Typhoon Homewares will be showcasing their family of British heritage brands from best-sellers to exclusive new launches of 2024.
Kilner will be displaying new Juice and Sauce Bottles, an innovative solution for storing and preserving all homemade sauces, yogurts, juices, and milks, these handy bottles are made to fit on the inside of a fridge door.
Mason Cash brings floral elegance to the kitchen with the In the Meadow collection. Newest to the collection includes a beautifully embossed cream batter bowl and mini bowls in soft pastel shades of pink, lilac, yellow and cream. The mini bowls can store ingredients when preparing food and can be used as pinch pots, dipping and dessert dishes. The batter bowl is essential item for any baker, with the distinct patterned exterior expertly designed to help bakers grip the bowl.
Typhoon are introducing the Otto Black Set of 2 Storage Canisters to the range, made from hard-wearing and durable 100% recyclable steel, featuring a luxurious gold window frame detail. The set comes in two generous capacities, perfect for organising and storing bulk foods and cleaning products.
Price & Kensington will exhibit the Burnt Orange Teapot, coming in a bold, warm tone with a high gloss glaze finish which is sure to make a statement in any modern kitchen. The new teapot colorway joins an array of subtle and eye-catching teapot colours. Price & Kensington are now offering new and improved teapot filters, made from strong and robust stainless steel, an instant way to upgrade your cup of tea.