Gifts Today magazine

Libbey introduces glass serveware

One of the world’s largest glass tableware manufacturers, Libbey launches new serveware collection Aviva, aimed at helping the home entertainer’s personal style shine

Libbey has launched Aviva, a new assortment of glass serveware featuring stunning sheer rims, exact angles, and soft, curved shapes. Each piece of the collection reflects a modern, yet classic design with the versatility to help home entertainers enhance their tabletop for any celebration.

Home entertaining is a trend that continues to grow as consumers create new reasons to celebrate with family and friends and look for ways to showcase their hospitality.

“Research shows us that consumers are spending an average of six hours to prepare for dinner parties,” according to Serena Williams, director of retail marketing for Libbey Inc., “Whether a football party, Netflix marathon or gender reveal baby shower, home entertainers want beautiful and unique serveware pieces to display their culinary creations.” With glass serveware, the food is the focal point, highlighting the host’s hard work in the kitchen.

Serveware is the perfect opportunity for home entertainers to showcase their personal style and the Aviva collection offers products that are fashion forward, multifunctional and affordable. The simple elegance of the glass serveware provides options to dress up certain pieces or keep them casual depending on entertaining needs.

Glass pairs with everything and this contributes to the versatility of the Aviva collection. It allows home entertainers to mix and match boldly with other materials creating their own stylish flair. “The clarity of this collection will stun on any tabletop and enhance the presentation of a wide variety of cuisines,” added Williams.

The Aviva collection includes serving bowls, trifle bowls, cake plates, platters and tiered servers.

Based in Toledo, Ohio, Libbey Inc. is one of the largest glass tableware manufacturers in the world. Libbey Inc. operates manufacturing plants in the United States, Mexico, China, Portugal and the Netherlands.

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