Dartington, Prouna, Oleg Cassini Open Atlanta Showroom

ATLANTA-Tabletop brands Dartington Crystal, Prouna and Oleg Cassini will open a permanent showroom in AmericasMart together in time for next week's International Gift & Home Furnishings Market here. The 800-square-foot showroom is located in Building 2 on the eighth floor, suite 859B.

The three brands previously shared space in a representative showroom in Atlanta but invested in their own space to better showcase and cross merchandise their brands, according to Orlando Gencarelli, national sales manager for Dartington. Prouna is known for its high-end bone china and also offers the Cacharel brand; Dartington specializes in glassware and includes Caithness paperweights; and the Oleg Cassini brand is part of a license agreement with Crystal House International. "This is a great way for our customers to see how each brand complements the other and how all three work together," Gencarelli said. "All of us are pleased the product will be shown in a better light [that] the retailer can understand."

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