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NOW Dining Room
November 17, 2009
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Uptown, 20-piece set. Matte finish and simple fluid lines set the standard for understated cool.
Meteo, five-piece place setting. Stylish and elegant with lustrous finish and distinctive knife blade.
Brocade, 20-piece set. A debut flatware pattern from Oster.
Cocoa Blossom, 65-piece set. Coordinates with Cocoa Blossom dinnerware, or stands alone.
Lenox Opal Innocence. A white-on-white vine motif is translated into a cotton-rich matelasse.
Lumimarja. A seasonal offering has a modern botanical pattern in red and black shades.
Parfait. A tonal blend of color with a subtle texture lends visual interest.
Taylor. A linen-cotton blend is available in ivory, white, auburn, pecan and grass colorways.
White Coupe dinner plate. A simple yet elegant statement on the table.
Simplicity Contours, 16-piece set. Organic forms and sculptural shapes define this pattern.
Vine Silver Line dinner plate. An embossed rim edged in silver adds panache.
Olive Dots. A traditional design is fabricated in certified, 100 percent organic cotton.
Opal Innocence Carved, four-piece place setting. A flowing vine motif in raised relief decorates the rim.
James Martin Dine, four-piece set. Designed by a European chef for a memorable presentation.
Liquid dinner plate. A fluid, contemporary range with timeless appeal.
Bandolino. A striking paisley design is presented in orange and white.