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Steelite International opens flagship London showroom

11 December 2017 by
Steelite International opens flagship London showroom

Tableware manufacturer Steelite International has launched a flagship showroom near Oxford Circus in London, showcasing a range of products within an array of dining settings, including Steelite's Craft range, Alma and its Red Dot award-winning Willow range.

To coincide with the launch of the London showroom, Steelite has also announced a new range of porcelain products: Pier by Robert Gordon Australia. Including an informal assortment of embossed plates, bowls and accessories, Pier features a neutral reactive glaze colour and unique finish.


Vice-president design at Steelite International, Andrew Klimecki, said: "The addition of Pier by Robert Gordon is another demonstration of our commitment to quality and innovation. We know that from casual to fine dining, operators need tableware that's design driven yet able to withstand the demands of a busy professional kitchen. This range gives them confidence that their operations will run efficiently and economically whilst still being exquisitely presented."

Heather Lovatt, head of marketing at Steelite International, added: "We're thrilled to announce the launch of our new London showroom and are excited to provide our customers with a space that allows them to really connect with the products.

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