Meyer to Debut Bonjour Brand at Tabletop Show

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NEW YORK-Meyer Corp. is extending its Bonjour brand--known for coffee presses and glass tea pots--into the tabletop arena with the debut of 13 dinnerware designs at the New York Tabletop Show next week.

The casual assortments will be made from stoneware and porcelain and will be available in set configurations along with multiple serving pieces and accessories. The price point for a 16-piece set is $69.99. The six key collections include Fruitful Nectar, Meadow Rooster, Orchard Harvest, Sweet Sparrow, Al Fresco and Yuletide Garland. All 13 new designs will be displayed in the company's showroom at Forty One Madison during the Tabletop Show, which takes place Oct. 15-18.

Meyer also manufactures dinnerware under license with chefs Rachael Ray and Paula Deen.

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