Merritt to debut collections for 2017 winter markets

Exhibitor to address casual, yet elegant entertaining

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SUN VALLEY, Calif. - Merritt International, a casual tableware manufacturer, will unveil its latest introductions from its melamine collections for 2017 during the winter markets in Atlanta, Dallas, Las Vegas and New York.

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.

“For 2017, we are excited about the color stories, artistry, and natural looks that are on display across our entire introductory collections,” said Kimberly Plummer, sales and marketing manager for Merritt. “Each piece is crafted to fool the consumer by offering outdoor durability - all our plates are unbreakable and dishwasher-safe - while at the same time, a natural looking product.”

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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