Tableware International March April 2022

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New Products

Something Evoking ancient Rome


From Sambonet comes The Extra Cutlery table pliers – a piece designed to be used in addition to, or even in place of, your traditional cutlery set. Perfect for serving appetisers and deserts, or for a home buffet, the table pliers is a neat hybrid of a tongs and a chopsticks, coming in two finishes – steel and PVD gold.

Utopia’s Murra collection references the luxurious ceramic vessels created using semi-precious materials by the artisans of ancient Rome. With 25 items in each of five different coloured, hand-finished rich reactive glazes, Murra offers venues a chance to personalise their serving and add individuality to the tabletop. The toffee colourway brings rich warm tones to the table while the blush pieces exhibit beautifully delicate shimmering tones. There is an ash colourway for those wanting a dark canvas to showcase food, for washes of a warm golden colour choose the honey variation. Finally, the blue glaze of Pacific creates stunning tonal effects evoking crystal clear waters and bringing vibrancy to the table.

Unique contours Inspired by the unique contours of tagine dishes, LSA International’s Cloche is a three-piece collection of glass domes has been mouth-blown into distinctly different shapes — one curved, one bell-shaped and one conical. The long, tapered handles create silhouettes that are seamless and contemporary. Each dome sits on a base of natural oak that has been sourced from sustainably managed European forests, before being sanded by hand to offer a finish that is soft and smooth.

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Mesa Ceramics’ newly launched Lazuli has been inspired by Japan’s breathtaking landscapes. Terraced paddy fields and blue lakes influenced the collection’s subtle motif as splashes of blue float across each piece. Consisting of four different white plates with digital printing – mix and match with strong reactive blue pieces to create a varied yet cohesive look. 22 TABLEWARE INTERNATIONAL