The traditional German flatware manufacturer HEPP is starting out in a completely new direction in the year of its 150th anniversary: the STYLE cutlery range is characterized by its powerful shapes and straight lines and is thus clearly different from other cutlery. Chamfers on the edges of the handles break up the smooth, highly polished surfaces and transfer the same modern design seen in architecture and automotive construction to the world of fine dining.
The uniqueness of this collection is definitely the bowl of the spoon; which is deliberately designed in a "square" shape. Another particular eye-catcher in this collection is the handsome knife with a classically long blade and wide handle. With its optically protruding dimensions, Hepp's STYLE provides an especially suitable accompaniment to modern, capacious dinnerware in any shape.
The excellent balance, and high material strength of four millimeters emphasizes the striking design and the quality of STYLE and at the same time ensures a very pleasant haptic experience when eating.
Since 1863, Hepp has made their name in upscale hotels and restaurants around the world. Hepp's success is founded on their traditional company values such as reliability and quality. Hepp's customers include The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Group and many other fine hotels and restaurants.
The excellent balance, and high material strength of four millimeters emphasizes the striking design and the quality of Hepp's new STYLE design and at the same time ensures a very pleasant haptic experience when eating. With 17 pieces, STYLE has all the requirements of upmarket catering fully covered. In addition to the highly polished stainless steel 18/10 variant, STYLE from Hepp is also available in silver plated.
Hepp flatware is distributed in North America and the Caribbean by Bauscher USA Inc.
To learn more about Hepp
products or any of the other hospitality products available from Bauscher USA,
go here: www.BauscherUSA.com
Oneida's new product introductions at this year's NRA Show, including Schonwald's new CONNECT RADIAL dinnerware.
, global leader in designing the dining experience, will showcase a new and extensive collection of banquetware pieces at the 2013 National Restaurant Show. “Our Oneida Banquetware collection is designed to enhance creative culinary presentations. This innovative new collection allows food and beverage teams more freedom to stage innovative events that include food storage, beverage dispensers, serving platforms, risers, pillars and bamboo accessories. Inspired by compelling design styles including a less-is-more Bauhaus positioning, and innovative geometric Art Deco shapes, the Oneida Buffet Collection is a compelling compliment to our tabletop portfolio”,
stated Umberto Filice, Senior Vice President of North American Sales
New product introductions will also be featured in Drinkware, Dinnerware, and Flatware positioned effectively within the prevailing design, food and lifestyle trends in the market.
FLAME™, new from Stölzle, features the fluid graceful profiles of fire. Emotional and organic, this lux shape delivers visual excitement. The pure tactile satisfaction of these dramatic tapers, with shear rims, maximizes the fine dining experience.
CELEBRATION™, new from Stölzle, is both sophisticated and mainstream. This elegant shape features a drawn stem, and sheer fire polished rim. Exceptional brilliance that is enhanced by seamless stems clearly distinguishes this classic.
SAHARA™, new from Sant’Andrea focuses the culinary visual using textural terracing. Framing each piece with movement and organic texture, this fine porcelain shape speaks to culinary creativity with a voice that merges with our natural world.
CONNECT RADIAL™, new from Schönwald, captures a modern linear spirit. Concentric and crisp, the visual created inspires precision and radial perfection. Clearly upscale, with a range of clean and sleek shapes enhanced using subtle refinement of axis.
New SAHARA from Sant ' Andrea is just one of the many new products form Oneida Foodservice.
VERGE™ creates an aesthetic that draws from the folded surfaces of origami. Each gleamingly polished surface suggests jeweled facets of reflective energy. Unique and textural sculpture in 18/10, define creativity on the tabletop.
PERPETUA™ is clean and sleek, modern and understated. High-lux mirror polishing reminds us that flatware is jewelry for the table. Formed from solid 18/10 stainless steel of the highest quality, PERPETUA’s form follows its function.
Some relationships....are just meant to be. Bauscher/Hepp and Tafelstern/WMF new catalogs are out. Restaurant tabletops everywhere have begun to smile.
We're pretty sure the new Luigi Bormioli catalog can't be far behind.
To learn more about Bauscher USA
and the extensive portfolio of top tabletop products, go here:http://www.bauscherusa.com/
or give them a call (888.840.4333) to get your own new catalog.
A company that continues to grow and impress is Merchandise Connection International (MCIC).
From top to bottom, the lineup of tabletop products that these folks have is truly impressive. Lead by Studio William
cutlery and Lucaris
also has dKe dinnerware that's a refined, bone white..translucent, yet durable body...that works well in the best white tablecloth restaurants.
A new addition for 2013 to the MCIC
lineup of products are slate trays from Scotland's The Just Slate Company.
With the popularity of cheese and charcuterie boards growing, MCIC's
slate boards offer a unique way for restuateurs to differentiate the dining experience for their guests.
MCIC's new 2013 catalog showcases the entire range of their product offering from top to bottom with nearly 100 pages of great hospitality tabletop products.
Since bursting onto the U.S. hospitality market, Merchandise Connection International has always offered an abundance of styles and shapes in dinnerware, glassware, cutlery, and now, slate serving pieces. Through stringent quality control, effective management and efficient teamwork, the company has achieved a significant position within the North American tabletop industry in a very short period of time.
So, whether it's the refinement and durability of LUCARIS crystal, the new slate serving trays form JUST SLATE COMPANY, or MCIC's CHELSEA barware....Merchandise Connection International is ready to prrovide you with great tabletop products at all levels.
Value-priced CHELSEA glassware fits perfectly for today's growing fast casual dining segment.
Every once in a while you find a well kept secret source of supply who has restaurateurs or a hoteliers who are very satisfied customers and have been for some time. We think that’s likely the case with Heritage Collection
, based in Birmingham, U.K.Heritage Collection
is a leading manufacturer of bespoke tableware for Hotel and restaurants around the world. Based in Birmingham the company was formed in 1976 as Heritage Silverware Ltd.
They’ve have been making silverware for top hotels such as The Ritz
, The Dorchester
and The Lanesborough
for over 30 years. From silver plated Afternoon Tea stands, Stainless Steel or Silver Plated Cutlery to Wine trolleys, Heritage
can innovate and manufacture products to suit your tastes whether they be traditional or contemporary. Their in-house design team provides an ability to modify original designs or to create entirely new designs to help you stand out.
Obviously, this well kept secret can satisfy even the most discriminating of tastes.
Vista Alegre Group has created its GOURMET shape in consultation with famed Portuguese Chef Miguel Castro e Silva.
As the Vista Alegre Group
re-launches into the U.S. retail market with a new showroom at the famed 41 Madison
building in New York, can the hospitality segment be far behind? This creative producer of porcelain, glassware, and cutlery has been keeping pace with the cutting edge cuisine coming out of the Iberian Peninsula these days through its designs and technical development.
Currently, the hospitality market is one of the targeted strategic activities of the group. By working with top Spanish and Portuguese chefs in the designing of its products, Vista Alegre
remains sensitive to the needs of industry professionals.
Design, quality and innovation has been the major focus of Vista Alegre's
move into the hospitality segment, keeping in mind the functional properties of strength and performance. The association with haute cuisine and, in particular, the establishment of partnerships with internationally renowned chefs has been a crucial factor in brand positioning of Vista Alegre.
To date, Vista Alegre has been successful with major hotel chains and restaurants primarily in Southern Europe by meeting the design and technical requirements required by the hospitality industry.
The Vista Alegre Group hotelware range includes dinnerware, glassware, and cutlery.
VERY cool spoons .... and eco-friendly, too!
visited the FRLA Show
in Orlando today and one of the first VERY cool tabletop products we saw were these 6" spoons from Your Green 2 Go
.Your Green 2 Go
makes these brightly colored spoons made from plant starch
and they are completely compostible as certified by the American Society for Testing and Materials. Available in 6 colors, we can think of dozens of types of operators - from healthcare to 3 star Michelin restaurants
- who could use these to add color to those monochromatic, white table settings! And, to think you can have that much fun while being so eco-friendly, too!
So, go ahead....differentiate your dining
.....check out the good folks at Your Green 2 Go
and add some fun to your guests' dining experience!
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Hepp's KREUZBAND....18-10 stainless steel.
Legendary quality and design never goes out of style.
Studio William's LEAF dessert spoon is featured in the V&A Museum exhibition called "Sweet Instruments of Desire"
recently wrote about Studio William’s new LEAF
the winning entry in the Studio William
national cutlery design competition, LEAF
will feature in a unique Studio William
exhibition called Sweet Instruments of Desire
, at the V&A Museum
as part of the London Design Festival
this month. The festival runs from 14-23 September 2012. All competition entries will be on display, alongside the seven Studio William
patterns recently added to the V&A's permanent collection as examples of contemporary British design.
Speaking about the seven SW
patterns, Rachel Church
in the Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics and Glass Department at the V&A said: “The Studio William patterns represent excellent examples of contemporary British cutlery design. We are delighted to have acquired seven examples of the company's design patterns for the national collection of metalwork at the V&A."
Seven cutlery patterns in the V&A Museum
To see the entire range of Studio William
cutlery products, go here: http://www.studiowilliam.com/world-map.html
Studio William's William Welch addresses a group at the opening of the V&A Museum exhibit "Sweet Instruments of Desire"