Products to See at NY NOW
Nila Napkins from Walter G
The Nila Collection from Walter G will shake up the classic blue and white look with this playful injection of mixed patterns for your table top. Inspired by traditional Indian motifs, these 20-by-20-inch 100 percent cotton napkins are full of stories from faraway lands. Each napkin has been hand block printed and 100 percent naturally dyed in indigo by a talented team of artisans in Bagru, Rajasthan. Sold as a mixed set of four with a suggested retail price of $45. See them in booth #2472 at NY Now.
The Bowlder from American Stonecraft is a food-safe serving dish in a variety of thicknesses and diameters with gently sloping sides that hold appetizers all the way to a main course. Join the farm-to-table movement with serving wares made from live-edge fieldstone. There are more miles of stonewalls in New England than miles from Earth to the Moon. The stones making them are called fieldstones, because they are perpetually rising out of New England’s farm tilled fields. American Stonecraft partners with working farms to make these obstacles to farming into valuable farm-to-table serving wares. Turn your Bowlder over to read the name and web address to discover the particular farm where it was hand gathered. See them in the Handmade Designer Maker Show at NY NOW in booth #9435.
Available in bowls with 7-inch diameter for a suggested retail price of $145 or approximately 9-inch diameter for a suggested retail price of $195.
Sip-Sip Hooray Glass Bottles Set
Make refreshments fun with this set of four glass bottles featuring red pennant imagery and eight red and white Sip-Sip Hooray! paper straws from Party Partners. Each bottle holds 4.4 ounces and comes packaged in an adorable gift box. The set of four glass bottles and eight paper straws retails for $12.95. See them in booth #7204 at NY NOW.
Round Ebonized Oak Bowl
Round Ebonized Oak Bowls from Stinson Studios, Inc. are available in 11-inch, 14-inch, 17-inch, and 19-inch diameters. These bowls are a new creation, marrying the simple, clean aesthetic and durability of Stinson Studio’s traditional round salad bowls with a striking black, food safe finish that works equally well as an art piece or a functional piece of tableware. Suggested retail prices are $40, $88, $130 and $180, respectively. See them in booth #9426 at NY NOW in the Handmade Designer Maker section of the show.