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Our Visit To The NY Tabletop Show 4/14/11 – Part 2

At Mottahedeh we were treated to a fine lesson in it's history by none other then it's president, Wendy Kvalheim. She was gracious enough to detail to us the storied past of Mottahedeh and fascinating tidbits we were not aware … Continue reading

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Our Visit To The NY Tabletop Show 4/14/11 – Part 1

This week is the April Tabletop show in Manhattan and we stopped by the NY Merchandise Mart at 41 Madison Ave. yesterday to check out the recent doings of our favorite brands. There was a nice crowd at the show, … Continue reading

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Can Lenox Versailles China Be Used In The Microwave?

The short answer? It depends. Here's the longer version. Some patterns are made specifically for use in the microwave and their manufacturer will loudly trumpet that fact on every possible wrapping and label (see Wedgwood Quince china). Then there are … Continue reading

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Is Lenox Still A Luxury Brand?

Branding is an important part of every company’s marketing strategy. As a company executive you want people to associate your company with a positive idea as soon as they think about it. Wal-mart? Cheap prices. Apple? Cool products. There is … Continue reading

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