Ruvo Reps, Richard Cohen to Represent Sorella Home

NEW YORK-Under a new agreement, Sorella Home will be represented by the Richard Cohen Collection on the East Coast and by Ruvo Reps Group in California, Arizona and Nevada. Sorella Home, the artisan-crafted tableware company founded by Terri Casner, encompasses Sorella Home Portfolio and the Ernest Hemingway Collection: Legendary Tablescapes.

"We are delighted to be working with Terri and Jeff Casner as they build the Sorella Home brand," said Richard Cohen, president and founder of Richard Cohen Collection, Inc. "Having been in the gift and tabletop industry for over 25 years, we believe that Sorella Home brings a new and exciting range to the industry."

Michael Ruvo, owner of Ruvo Reps, said, "I am happy to have discovered Sorella Home and excited about bringing this fresh, new look in tableware and home decor accessories to my clients. Both the Sorella Home Portfolio and their stunning Ernest Hemingway Collection: Legendary Tablescapes represent the perfect blending of Old World artisan-crafted product with designs that reflect today's lifestyle and trends.  Based on my experience as a retailer and wholesaler, I think this is a "must have" for the better retailer."

Sorella Home is introducing several new collections at the New York International Gift Fair next week. The line will be shown at both at the Jacob K. Javits Center and at the Richard Cohen Collection showroom located at 7 W. 34th St.

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