Daum, Haviland Relocate to Forty One Madison

NEW YORK-French tabletop companies Daum and Haviland have relocated their offices and will share showroom space at Forty One Madison Avenue on the 10th floor here. The office is currently operational and processing orders, according to Daum executive Pam Crow.

The move follows the brands' severed relationship with French crystal maker Lalique, which occurred late last year. Previously Daum and Haviland were housed in one space on Fifth Avenue with Lalique.

Daum and Haviland have also relocated to a new warehouse in N.J., Crow said.

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