The New York Tabletop Market opened on Tuesday and a number of suppliers at Forty One Madison were celebrating dinnerware patterns from their archives. Some marked milestones of existing patterns while extending the lines while others showcased reinterpretations of vintage patterns.
Portmeirion Group’s Spode Home launch features six patterns from vintage Spode patterns interpreted in a contemporary way, for example.
Nikko featured its Archive Collection and showed several lines including its Sansui pattern, which celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2015.
Wedgwood highlighted the 50th anniversary of its Wild Strawberry pattern with new glass and gold serveware in the collection.
Anchor Hocking featured its Baked licensed vintage inspired Fire King bakeware that is hitting stores now, as well as Vintage milk bottles that are now available open stock.
The Mason Jar trend, still seen in everything from storage jars to beverage dispensers, is also part of this “old is new” style trend; the vintage look has been updated for modern entertaining and on-the-go beverageware needs.