WWRD to Open Dallas Showrooms

DALLAS--WWRD, parent company of the Waterford, Wedgwood and Royal Doulton tabletop brands, will open two showrooms at Dallas Market Center.

Trade Mart 2-2810 and 2-2824 will encompass more than 1,800 square feet and will debut during the upcoming Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, June 20-26.

"Waterford Wedgwood Royal Doulton manufactures, distributes and sells some of the most well-recognized luxury brands in the world," said Bill Winsor, president and CEO, Dallas Market Center. "We are thrilled that our buyers will now have their lines available year round in Dallas. We welcome WWRD and look forward to working with them for years to come."

Michael W. Craig, group vice president - The Americas, WWRD, said the launch of the Waterford Interiors collection, the brand's new home decor and lighting division, will "bring the Waterford brand vision to life" through a multi-layered experience in the company's new space. "The Waterford Interiors collection reinforces  Waterford as a luxurious and sophisticated brand that will expand globally across the luxury residential, hospitality and commercial markets," Craig said.

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