Tamara Childs Collection returns to Las Vegas Market (#LVMkt) with new hand-gilded patterns and tabletop treasures
Growing demand for Tamara Childs metallic tabletop, gifts, accessories and home décor brings brand expansion, new showroom, partners, designs and products
Seattle, Washington (July 24, 2014)—The popular Tamara Childs Collection returns to Las Vegas Market July 27th to the 31st with new hand-gilded tabletop treasures and designs. Tamara Childs will showcase her extensive array of glassware, giftware, tabletop, home décor and accessories at her new permanent venue in Las Vegas.
Tamara Childs introduces a new line of metallic gilded designs called Wabi Sabi. The term ‘Wabi Sabi’ represents a Japanese world view or aesthetic celebrating the beauty and peace in ordinary things. According to Wikipedia, the characteristics of the Wabi Sabi aesthetic include asymmetry, irregularity, simplicity, austerity and genuine integrity which the new Tamara Childs design captures beautifully.
Eager to expand its tabletop category, Las Vegas Market strikes gold with the opening of the Tamara Childs Showroom of hand-gilded tabletop, giftware, home décor and accessories.
Seattle, Washington (January, 2014) —Internationally-renowned artisan of hand-gilded glassware, Tamara Childs of Childs Studio, opens her first showroom in the western United States at the popular Las Vegas Market this month. Childs Studio showcases its extensive array of hand-gilded glassware, giftware, tabletop and home décor and accessories at the new permanent venue. The showroom will be open to buyers and customers year-round.
Even as an ancient art, gilding thin metal leaf on surfaces as a means of adornment delighted its recipients—as gifts, showpieces or as everyday tableware. In her unique style, Tamara Childs continues this timeless tradition of creating hand-gilded pieces of table art made for a lifetime of enjoyment and use.