Tabletop Show Brings Housewares Intros
October 10, 2012,
The tabletop show, which takes place in New York's permanent showroom buildings and showrooms, sometimes offers a few introductions in housewares, particularly in the bakeware and serveware categories. Here are some examples of products being unveiled. The show takes place Oct. 9-12.
The Wagenfeld tea pot is part of the Janear Brand from Schott Zwiesel, designed in the early 1930s in the Bauhaus tradition; it's highly resistant to heat change. schottzwiesel.com
New, clear Gallery Trays are available in a rectangle tray with a kiwi non-skid checkered design or a round tray with either a red or a black non-skid surface. zak.com
Towle Living's Modernist Bake & Serveware Collection includes the three-quart oval bake-and-serve food warmer that moves from oven to table. lifetimebrands.com
The oven-to-table collection by chef Marcela Valladolid features antiqued ruffled edges and generous depth.
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