Richard Cohen to Represent Michael Wainwright

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NEW YORK-Tabletop artisan Michael Wainwright plans to expand its luxury showroom footprint through a new partnership with Richard Cohen Inc. The partnership will provide Richard Cohen Inc. with the exclusive rights to represent Michael Wainwright USA's tabletop and giftware collections throughout the Northeast.

"Richard has an unprecedented reputation in the industry for representing some of the finest most luxurious and well established brands and I am thrilled that he will be adding my brand to his repertoire," said Wainwright, designer and founder of Michael Wainwright USA.

A selection of the Michael Wainwright collection, including hand-painted bone china and porcelain dinnerware and gift items, glass drinkware and gift, flatware and stainless serveware, will be available in the Richard Cohen Collection space in the New York Design Center starting in May.

"For over twenty years I have watched Michael's beautiful hand crafted products grow from a small collection to a full line, encompassing tableware, giftware and home accessories; products that are not only luxurious for entertaining, but can be used on a daily basis. We are delighted to be working with Michael and his team," said Cohen.

The complete Michael Wainwright collection as well as introductions will be displayed at the Michael Wainwright showroom at Forty One Madison Avenue during the New York Spring Tabletop Show, April 22-25.

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