At the upcoming Frankfurt Show, Lenox will unveil its Monogram Collection and Season's Radiance Collection (pictured). Created by Lenox, America’s first name in entertaining, the collections are manufactured in the USA. Lenox dinnerware is made of white bone china, while state of the art technology makes it chip-resistant and dishwasher-safe.
Monogram Collection by Lenox
Dinnerware is an integral part of the dining experience. The option to personalise one’s dinnerware creates an element of elegance for your table. Lenox is now adding a personal touch to two of their classic patterns, Federal Gold and Federal Platinum.
The inspiration was fuelled by the hot trend in the marketplace for personalisation. What began as a monogrammed accent plate has now evolved into an entire monogram collection.
Lenox is now offering eleven shapes in the monogram collection. Each shape can be personalised with either a script or block font in 24k gold or precious platinum. The simplicity of the Federal Gold and Federal Platinum patterns allows them to easily mix and match with many other designs.
Adding your personal initial makes this the perfect complement to your formal or casual Lenox dinnerware. Monogram is a refreshing update to the dinnerware category.
Season’s Radiance Collection by Lenox (pictured)
Lenox has successfully created a new culture of bone china that is acceptable for everyday use. As dinnerware evolves in the modern world along with it comes the casualisation of fine dining.
The key feature of Radiance is in the microwave-safe gold accents which provide the functionality for daily use.
The new Season’s Radiance collection is inspired by the view of the ocean’s majestic horizon at sea. Tim Carder, the VP of Design at Lenox, has captured the essence of each season and successfully executed his inspiration onto updated bone china shapes.
The collection is offered in a 5-piece, 4-piece and 3-piece place settings tailored for any lifestyle. An eclectic assortment of accessories including 15-inch rectangular platters, oversized pitchers and tidbit plates in a set of four. Each piece captures the artisan touch of watercolour on canvas.
For five days, from February 10-14, 2017, and across 308,000 sqm of floor space at Frankfurt am Main, more than 4,300 exhibitors from 96 countries will once more showcase their new products and innovations in the Dining, Giving and Living sectors to more than 137,000 visitors from 143 countries.
Across 16 halls, Dining represents the entire market for table, kitchen and housewares showcasing some 2,200 exhibitors, covering everything from the premium segment up to volume business. The Table section delivers everything from factory-based manufacturers up to design-oriented companies, from branded items to specialists in the HoReCa market.
In the Dining sector, German fine porcelain and avant-garde glass manufacturer Hering Berlin will make its Ambiente debut (Hall 4.1 C81) where it will showcase its current range of hand-blown water and wine glasses designed by owner Stefanie Hering.
A newcomer too to Dining is design laboratory and Italian institution Driade (Hall 4 A21), who will present its tableware lines in Frankfurt for the first time, including its multi-layered, colourful dinner service featuring a decoration of fantail goldfish.
Returning exhibitors to Dining in 2017 include German porcelain manufacturer Fuerstenberg (Hall 4.1 Stand E35) and British crystal brand Dartington Crystal (Hall Hall 4.0 Stand A31
), a company that is celebrating its 50th anniversary and will have some exciting presentations.
Dartington will join hundreds of other British companies, whose stands will flagged with the Partner Country label as Great Britain is Ambiente 2017’s Partner Country of choice.
Visitors to Ambiente 2017 should check out the extensive display – the Partner Country Presentation. Designed and curated by one of the UK’s leading graphic and product designers, Janice Kirkpatrick, the presentation is titled Providence & Provenance and promotes products from British exhibitors.
A number of special presentation areas, including for trends, awards and a promotional programme will also be on display. The main trends will be presented for dining, kitchen and the home in a large show.
The special Solutions display, curated by Sebastian Bergne in collaboration with Tableware International editor Kate Birch, will showcase a range of creative solutions and clever products from Ambiente exhibitors in Dining and Kitchen, including cookware from Villeroy & Boch.
Ambiente’s successful promotional programme will return, offering three areas, where 37 young designers and design studios from 16 countries can showcase their ideas. Some 13 designers will exhibit in Hall 4.0, with its focus on dining table and kitchen.
Sustainability is the focus for the Design Plus label, which will see a presentation of products that have been chosen by a jury for their aesthetic, functional, ecological and technical qualities.
Since the introduction of the Contract Business packaging in 2012, the number of exhibitors showcasing their tailor-made solutions in the field of commercial contract furnishings and the HoReCa trade has grown.
This year sees 270 top companies present individual solutions, including ASA Selection, Rona, Crystalex, Bauscher, Tafelstern, Studio William, Dibbern, Rak Porcelain Europe, Steelite International and Zieher.
These companies will also be distinguished by a label on their stands showing they offer experience and expertise in HoReCa and visitors can also find the Contract Business Guide. There is also an Ethical Style Guide, listing companies who are ethical.