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Two innovative new patterns on bone china are on the table for Nikko Ceramics at the upcoming October edition of The New York Tabletop Show

With more than 100 years of expert craftsmanship and design aesthetics, Nikko Ceramics will introduce two brand new luxury bone china patterns.

Spangles is a stunning avant-garde multi-faceted with luxurious textured appeal, a design embellished with shimmering layers of gold, mica and enamel in a soft taupe and pale blue colour palette. 

Water Drop (pictured) is a striking collection of white dinnerware that uses a revolutionary technique of embossed crystal droplets. 

The brand will also show its extensive range of premium contemporary fine bone china whiteware, once reserved for the most upscale hotels and restaurants, including Exquisite, Flash and Washi; and they will deliver extensions to the Cloud collection from designer Bodo Sperlain – think a new bread/canapé plate in four ombre shades.

Find Nikko Ceramics on the 22nd floor of 41 Madison.

Now in its 41st year, The New York Tabletop Show is scheduled to take place October 13-16, 2015 at 41 Madison in New York. A line-up of more than 160 category brand leaders based at Forty One Madison will be exhibiting their newest products for North America’s tabletop and giftware buyers.

Expanded showrooms include Richard Ginori 1735 (17th floor) and Kiyasa Corporation (17th floor), while Bormili Rocco will show off its renovated showroom on the 16th floor. New for this Market is hospitality giant BauscherHepp on the 6th floor, which features Bauscher porcelain hotelware, Hepp professional cutlery, Tafelstern porcelain, WMF Hotel, Luigi Bormioli Foodservice and Mogogo buffet service products.

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