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Rosanna To Unveil Spring, Summer 2019 Collections

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Rosanna, Inc. will unveil new lines under its Spring/Summer collections that it will launch at the Atlanta International Gift + Home Furnishings Market, scheduled to be held at AmericasMart January 8 to 15.

The company will debut Artist’s Loft: Cocktails on the Roof, the signature line of the Spring/Summer 2019 collection that features original artwork by company owner Rosanna Bowles’ daughter, an art student at Rhode Island School of Design. The paintings of nudes are depicted on a selection of new forms including an elongated, curved rectangular serving tray with modern lines.

Artist’s Loft features a number of other new forms as well, such as a pineapple sectioned into two compartments for appetizers and treats. The piece is scattered with colorful, oversized, confetti-style squares meant to evoke a piece of art made with cutouts by Henri Matisse. The collection also has salad plates with large black-silhouetted leaves and striking shapes.

Rosanna will also introduce the Arcadia collection that is embellished with original antique English prints of wildflowers and flora. The pieces range from organically rounded serving trays to a slender small-mouthed ewer, a tea service, salad and dessert plates, and tower-like salt and pepper shakers. All are finished with a smooth semi-matte glaze that is new to Rosanna dishes.

“We’re very committed to making high-quality products that will not only last, but will elevate the beauty of the objects people already have in their homes,” Bowles says.

Other lines in the Spring/Summer 2019 collection include Bloody Mary Bar, which features all the accessories you’ll need to mix the perfect brunch cocktail, and Vacation Get Away, featuring mugs, glasses, and totes emblazoned with “Beach House,” “East Coast,” and “House in the Mountains.”

Finally, the Arts and Letters mugs collection pays homage to those identifying as musicians, dancers, writers, or just generally creative. Trellis offers a set of dishes a touch more formal with a pattern of pale pink and gold.


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