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Surface City

At the fall Tabletop Show in New York, splashes of vivid color nudged neutrals aside; black magic cast its spell; and crisp, modern shapes made even die-hard traditionalists feel a little groovy.

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Rosenthal’s 12-inch porcelain square plate presses Andy Warhol’s iconic soup cans back into food service, $150, by special order at Bloomingdale’s Home. Carlo Moretti’s hand-blown oval glasses in assorted stripes and zippy color treatments, $120-$135 each, at Morlen Sinoway Atelier, 1052 W. Fulton Mkt.

William Yeoward dinner plates, $170 each, dessert plates, $150-160 each, and chargers, $315 each, at Peachtree Place, 303 S. Happ Rd., Northfield. Mille Nuits crystal desk lamps by Baccarat, $825 and $925, at Marshall Field’s State Street.
 
  Hoopla! double-coated double old fashion and highball glasses by Lenox, with bold interiors, $7.95 each, at www.lenox.com.

 

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