Merritt to debut collections for 2017 winter markets
December 9, 2016,
Introductions include Watercolor Blues, which explores the mix of blue and white; wood-look dinnerware newcomers Walnutwood and Heartwood; Merritt's Floral Sketchbook, including sculpted plate and bowl designs; the Coral Shell collection, featuring an impressionistic style of shells and sea life along with new durable glass-look drinkware reflected in the Satin Pearl collection.
During the markets, Merritt will showcase the new designs while focusing on intimate “table stories," or dining vignettes. Tables are set utilizing a design or color scheme that includes Merritt’s color coordinating drinkware and placemats to complement the dining plates and serving pieces.
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