Robinson Home Products will expand its CraftKitchen collection this fall, with several new flatware sets.
Robinson will debut several 50-piece sets, made of 18/0 stainless steel, with a suggested retail price of $39.99 each. The Camarillo pattern has a squared handle with soft curve, said the company, and comes in a satin or mirror finish. Selma is said to have a sleek style with a mirror finish, while Kitteridge also has a mirror finish and is described as a sophisticated and tailored design.
Meanwhile, the company is also introducing a spork to its Classic assortment of flatware and serving utensils. The Classic spork will be sold as open stock for $1.99 each or as a set of six for $9.99, and available in mirror and satin finishes. The spork is a versatile utensil that consumers have been adopting more often as it is ideal for soups, stews, ice cream and other types of meals, said the company.
All of the new sets from the company’s entire assortment will be on display at the upcoming New York Fall Tabletop Market, scheduled to be held October 29 to November 1 at Forty One Madison in New York City.