The New York Gift Show – A Sneak Peek

I spent the entire weekend at the New York Gift Fair. Saturday I perused Pier 94 which is large but somehow manageable. Sunday, however, I tackled the Javitz Center which is a behemoth of a show. I walked literally from 9:30 to 5:30, taking in what I could – trying to visit known vendors and discover some new ones. Needless to say, I was happy to take my shoes off when I arrived home. My big purchases were two new camera batteries (next time I will be prepared). Some serious editing is in order but in the meantime, I prepared a little temptation to whet your appetite while I toil away. Enjoy!!

Vendors from the New York International Gift Fair

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13 Responses to The New York Gift Show – A Sneak Peek

  1. Look forward to seeing your highlights on the gift show!

  2. Love going to the show through you! Thank you for sharing.

  3. designchic says:

    So many goodies…wish I was there, but will enjoy it vicariously!!

  4. Libby says:

    I never used to like this show when I “had” to go…but now that I’m not there, I do miss it! What a visual feast.

  5. Simon says:

    Hi, Some great looking pieces here.. particularly like the Vase and water jug? second row up from the bottom.

  6. dying to see more! thanks for the sneak peek!!!

  7. Franki Parde says:

    Anticipation!!!! franki

  8. coby says:

    by the looks it was amazing! I want to see more of those finials!

  9. so excited to see more… Are those Juliska flower balls I see?

  10. Look forward to seeing everything!

  11. A great glimpse! My friend Pam from Red Ticking has made her annual pilgrimage and I’m sure she’ll come back with some glorious goodies. Hope you get to rest your feet awhile!

  12. mary says:

    I love the colors. Can’t wait for the details. Mary

  13. Beth says:

    I am thrilled to see Dansk bringing back their wonderful cookware. I bought a few pieces in the 70s–and I still love and use them. They look as nice as the day I purchased them. The large skillet is pretty heavy for me to use, but it works so well that I just apply more wrist strength and ‘go for it’–great post today.

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